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At least 8 killed in suicide attack in southwest Pakistan

By AFP
18 February 2020   |   9:27 am
Images show the aftermath following a blast that left at least eight people, including two police officers, dead and several others wounded in a suicide blast in southwestern Pakistan. The suicide attack took place in the southwestern city of Quetta in Balochistan province, which remains rife with insurgent activity.

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