Pakistani worshippers sit outside a shrine after a bomb blast in Jhal Magsi, about 400 kilometers
Pakistani worshippers sit outside a shrine after a bomb blast in Jhal Magsi, about 400 kilometers 240 miles) east of Quetta, Pakistan, Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017. A suicide bomber struck a Shiite shrine packed with worshippers in a remote village in southwestern Pakistan on Thursday, killing many people and leaving at least 25 wounded, a provincial government spokesman and the police said.
Pakistani worshippers sit outside a shrine after a bomb blast in Jhal Magsi, about 400 kilometers 240 miles) east of Quetta, Pakistan, Thursday, Oct. 5, 2017. A suicide bomber struck a Shiite shrine packed with worshippers in a remote village in southwestern Pakistan on Thursday, killing many people and leaving at least 25 wounded, a provincial government spokesman and the police said.

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