Bomb blast kills scores in Pakistan market

The bomb killed 63 people including women and children and wounded 180 in Pakistan's insurgency-hit southwest, police and officials said
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People gather after a bomb targeting Shiite Muslims exploded in busy market in Hazara town, an area dominated by Shiites on the outskirts of Quetta, on February 16, 2013. The bomb killed 63 people including women and children and wounded 180 in Pakistan's insurgency-hit southwest, police and officials said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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People gather after a bomb targeting Shiite Muslims exploded in busy market in Hazara town, an area dominated by Shiites on the outskirts of Quetta, on February 16, 2013. The bomb killed 63 people including women and children and wounded 180 in Pakistan's insurgency-hit southwest, police and officials said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Smoke rises following a bomb explosion in Quetta on February 16, 2013. A remote-controlled bomb targeting Shiite Muslims killed 47 people including women and children and wounded more than 200 in Pakistan's insurgency-hit southwest on Saturday, police and officials said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Injured Pakistani Shiite Muslims are transported to a hospital on the back of a pickup truck following a bomb blast in Quetta on February 16, 2013. A remote-controlled bomb targeting Shiite Muslims killed 47 people including women and children and wounded more than 200 in Pakistan's insurgency-hit southwest on Saturday, police and officials said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani Shiite Muslims gather at a hospital morgue to identify the remains of relatives killed in a bomb blast in Quetta on February 16, 2013. A remote-controlled bomb targeting Shiite Muslims killed 47 people including women and children and wounded more than 200 in Pakistan's insurgency-hit southwest on Saturday, police and officials said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Relatives and medical staff shift an injured bomb blast victim into the hospital in Quetta on February 16, 2013. A remote-controlled bomb targeting Shiite Muslims killed 47 people including women and children and wounded more than 200 in Pakistan's insurgency-hit southwest on Saturday, police and officials said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Relatives gather around the dead body of a child who was killed in bomb blast at a hospital in Quetta on February 16, 2013. A remote-controlled bomb targeting Shiite Muslims killed 47 people including women and children and wounded more than 200 in Pakistan's insurgency-hit southwest on Saturday, police and officials said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourns the death of a relative killed in a bomb explosion in Quetta on February 16, 2013. A remote-controlled bomb targeting Shiite Muslims killed 47 people including women and children and wounded more than 200 in Pakistan's insurgency-hit southwest on Saturday, police and officials said. (AFP/Getty Images)