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Schoolgirls hurt by Pakistan bomb

At least 14 people, mostly schoolgirls, have been injured after a bomb exploded in Quetta in the south-west Pakistani province of Balochistan. The bomb is said to have been planted in front of a grocery store. A girl’s college is located nearby. The big explosion damaged several nearby shops. But none of the injuries are said to be serious, according to doctors at a local hospital. Balochistan has witnessed steady violence in recent months. It is not clear who was behind the latest attack. Full Story

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