Blast at Shi’ite procession kills seven in Pakistan
A Pakistani paramilitary soldier uses a metal detector along the roadside during a Shiite Muslim religious procession on the ninth day of holy month of Moharram in Karachi on November 24, 2012. A bomb exploded near a Shiite religious procession in northwest Pakistan on November 24 killing seven people including four children, hospital officials said. It commemorates the death of Imam Hussain, the grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, along with his close relatives and supporters in the Battle of Karbala in modern-day Iraq in the year 680. (AFP/Getty Images)
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