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Attackers strike sect mosques in Pakistan; 70 dead

 Pakistani police officers pay tribute to their colleagues who were shot dead by  unknown gunmen, during a funeral ceremony in Quetta, Pakistan on Fri...
 A father kisses his son who was killed  by  unknown gunmen, during a funeral ceremony in Quetta, Pakistan on Friday, May 28, 2010. Police say gunmen ...
 People look at dead bodies of firing victims during their funeral in Quetta, Pakistan on Friday, May 28, 2010. Police say gunmen riding on a motorcyc...
 A family member mourns the death of a police officer in Quetta, Pakistan on Friday, May 28, 2010. Police say gunmen riding on a motorcycle opened fir...

Pakistan

Pakistani police officers pay tribute to their colleagues who were shot dead by unknown gunmen, during a funeral ceremony in Quetta, Pakistan on Fri...

Pakistan

A father kisses his son who was killed by unknown gunmen, during a funeral ceremony in Quetta, Pakistan on Friday, May 28, 2010. Police say gunmen ...

Pakistan

People look at dead bodies of firing victims during their funeral in Quetta, Pakistan on Friday, May 28, 2010. Police say gunmen riding on a motorcyc...

Pakistan

A family member mourns the death of a police officer in Quetta, Pakistan on Friday, May 28, 2010. Police say gunmen riding on a motorcycle opened fir...

An official says suicide bombers and gunmen have killed more than 70 people at two mosques of a minority sect in eastern Pakistan.
Lahore deputy commissioner Sajjad Bhutta also said more than 80 people were wounded in Friday's attacks.
The assaults in Lahore targeted the Ahmadi community. They are reviled as heretics by mainstream Muslims for their belief that their sect's founder was a savior foretold by the Quran.


Updated : 2021-05-12 19:23 GMT+08:00