Bombing in 2 City in Pakistan Kills 101 People
Author : Administrator | Friday, January 11, 2013 08:45 WIB
Bom Pakistan (reuters)
QUETTA - Approximately 101 people were killed in bombings in two cities in Pakistan. Most victims are in the city of Quetta Balochistan Provincial Capital.
Right on Thursday night, police reported that two explosions appear in Quetta, killing 69 people. More than 100 people were wounded in a bomb attack that occurred on the playing billiard it. The first attack was a suicide bombing and the second was a car bomb.
The attack occurred in areas inhabited by Shia Pakistan. Lashkar Jhangvi militant group claimed responsibility for this bombing tragedy.
Meanwhile, 21 people were killed in the city of Mingora, Swat province and 60 were seriously injured. The bomb was happening just as the residents gathered to hear a speech from one of the religious leaders in Pakistan.
"The death toll will continue to grow, the injured were in critical condition, and we continue to receive victims of other injuries," said Dr Niaz Mohammad Saidu Sharif Hospital in Mingora, Takan told Reuters on Friday (11/01/2013) .
To date, there has been no militant group has claimed responsibility for a bomb attack in Mingora. The Taliban had not yet comment on the incident.
Murder and bombing is a natural thing happening in Pakistan. Human rights activists had reported that hundreds of Pakistani Shias were killed in 2012 ago. Militants attack deliberately targeting to certain citizens.
Residents of Pakistan began to fear, Sunni and Shiite conflict in the country will increasingly continue. In addition, the United States (U.S.) is still continuing drone bombing missions in the country. (AUL)
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