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Suicide bombing at shrine in Pakistan kills 5, wounds dozens

Seattle Times Thursday, 16 February 2017 ()
Suicide bombing at shrine in Pakistan kills 5, wounds dozensKARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — Pakistani police say a suicide bomber has struck a famous shrine in southern Pakistan, killing at least 15 people and wounding dozens of others. Senior police officer Rashad Hayat told local journalists that the dead and wounded are being transported to nearby hospitals. A local health official, Fazel Pejo, confirmed at […]
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Residents and relatives of victims of the blast at a shrine in Sehwan, Pakistan mourn the deaths of more than 70 people. Samantha Vadas reports

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