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Blast in Southwestern Pakistan Kills One

An explosion ripped through a town bazaar in southwestern Pakistan on Thursday, killing one person and wounding eight, an official said. The homemade bomb was hidden in a shopping bag and planted near a telephone booth in Kohlu, about 185 miles east of the Baluchistan provincial capital of Quetta, local official Nasim Lehri said. The body of a 37-year-old man was pulled from the debris of the telephone booth. Two boys, 9 and 11, were being treated for serious injuries, Lehri said. Full Story

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