Multiple bomb blasts in Pakistan kill over 100 people

Saif-ur-Rehman was among 92 people who died in one of the deadliest terror attacks in the country's southwestern Quetta city
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Pakistani relatives and journalists carry the coffin of Saif-ur-Rehman, a reporter of Pakistan's private Samaa TV in Karachi on January 11, 2013. Saif-ur-Rehman was among 92 people who died in one of the deadliest terror attacks in the country's southwestern Quetta city. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourners sit beside the coffins of blast victims at a mosque following overnight twin suicide bombings in Quetta on January 11, 2013. A string of bombings in Pakistan including a twin suicide attack on a snooker hall used by Shiite Muslims has left 114 people dead, in one of the deadliest days to hit the nation in years. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourners transport a coffin of a blast victim to a mosque following overnight twin suicide bombings in Quetta on January 11, 2013. A string of bombings in Pakistan including a twin suicide attack on a snooker hall used by Shiite Muslims has left 114 people dead, in one of the deadliest days to hit the nation in years. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Local residents offer funeral prayers for a bomb blast victim in Mingora, the main town in the district, on January 11, 2013. An explosion at a religious gathering in Pakistan's northwestern Swat valley that killed 22 people and wounded more than 80 was caused by a bomb, officials said Friday. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani Shiite Muslims chant slogans during a protest rally in Karachi on January 11, 2013, against the bomb attacks in Quetta. Extremist bomb attacks killed 125 people in one of Pakistan's deadliest days for years, raising concerns about rising violence in the nuclear-armed country ahead of general elections. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani Shiite Muslims chant slogans in a protest in Quetta on January 11, 2013, against the bomb attacks. Extremist bomb attacks killed 125 people in one of Pakistan's deadliest days for years, raising concerns about rising violence in the nuclear-armed country ahead of general elections. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Local residents carry the coffin of a bomb blast victim during a funeral in Mingora, the main town in the district, on January 11, 2013. An explosion at a religious gathering in Pakistan's northwestern Swat valley that killed 22 people and wounded more than 80 was caused by a bomb, officials said Friday. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A Pakistani policeman stands guard outside a religious seminary after a day a bomb explosion in the outskirts of Mingora, the main town in the district, on January 11, 2013. An explosion at a religious gathering in Pakistan's northwestern Swat valley that killed 22 people and wounded more than 80 was caused by a bomb, officials said Friday. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani journalists shout slogans against the killing of media persons, in bomb attacks in Quetta, at a protest in Karachi on January 11, 2013. Saif-ur-Rehman was among 92 people who died in one of the deadliest terror attacks in the country's southwestern Quetta city. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Debris and mangled vehicles are seen at the site of a bomb explosion in Quetta on January 10, 2013. A bomb attack killed 11 people and wounded dozens more in a crowded part of Pakistan's southwestern city of Quetta, police said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani security personnel search the wreckage of vehicles after a bomb explosion in Quetta on January 10, 2013. A bomb attack killed 11 people and wounded dozens more in a crowded part of Pakistan's southwestern city of Quetta, police said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A Pakistani man pushes a stretcher caring an injured blast victim to a hospital after a bomb explosion in Quetta on January 10, 2013. A bomb attack killed 11 people and wounded dozens more in a crowded part of Pakistan's southwestern city of Quetta, police said. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Local residents search for blast victims at the site of a bomb attack in Quetta on January 10, 2013. At least 57 people were killed in the southwestern city of Quetta as two successive bombs exploded, with one bomb blast occurring outside a snooker club hours after another blast had already left many casualties, police said. (AFP/Getty Images)