Medics treat victims of Pakistan's deadly suicide bomb attack

At least 80 people die in bomb blast thought to be revenge for Osama bin Laden killing
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A Pakistani man carries an injured blast victim to a hospital in Peshawar on May 13, 2011 following a suicide and bomb attack on the paramilitary police in the northwestern Charsadda district. Seventy people were killed on May 13 when a suicide and bomb attack targeted Pakistani paramilitary police as they were about to be bussed home on leave from a training centre, police said. (HASHAM AHMED/AFP/Getty Images)
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A Pakistani paramedic gives treatment to an injured blast victim at a hospital in Peshawar on May 13, 2011 following a suicide and bomb attack on the paramilitary police in the northwestern Charsadda district. Seventy people were killed on May 13 when a suicide and bomb attack ripped through a group of Pakistani paramilitary police as they were about to be bussed home on leave from a training centre. It was the deadliest attack in the nuclear-armed Muslim country this year and came with Pakistan's military and civilian leadership plunged into crisis over the killing of Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden by US commandos. (HASHAM AHMED/AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani men carry an injured blast victim to a hospital in Peshawar on May 13, 2011 following a suicide and bomb attack on the paramilitary police in the northwestern Charsadda district. Seventy people were killed on May 13 when a suicide and bomb attack targeted Pakistani paramilitary police as they were about to be bussed home on leave from a training centre, police said. (HASHAM AHMED/AFP/Getty Images)
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A Pakistani soldier stands guard at the site of a suicide and bomb attack outside the Frontier Constabulary (FC) main training center in Shabqadar town, about 30 kilometres (19 miles) north of Peshawar. Pakistan's Taliban on May 13 claimed their first major strike in revenge for Osama bin Laden's death as at least 70 people were killed in a suicide and bomb attack on paramilitary police. It was the deadliest attack in the nuclear-armed Muslim country this year and came with Pakistan's military and civilian leadership plunged into crisis over the killing of the Al-Qaeda chief by US commandos on May 2. (A. MAJEED/AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani security officials examine the wreckage of vehicles outside the main training center of Frontier Constabulary (FC) following a suicide and bomb attack in Shabqadar town, some 30 kilometres (19 miles) north of Peshawar on May 13, 2011. Pakistan's Taliban on May 13 claimed their first major strike in revenge for Osama bin Laden's death as at least 70 people were killed in a suicide and bomb attack on paramilitary police. It was the deadliest attack in the nuclear-armed Muslim country this year and came with Pakistan's military and civilian leadership plunged into crisis over the killing of the Al-Qaeda chief by US commandos on May 2. (A. MAJEED/AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani paramedics and volunteers push a bed carrying injured blast victims to a hospital in Peshawar on May 13, 2011 following a suicide and bomb attack on the paramilitary police in the northwestern Charsadda district. Seventy people were killed on May 13 when a suicide and bomb attack ripped through a group of Pakistani paramilitary police as they were about to be bussed home on leave from a training centre. It was the deadliest attack in the nuclear-armed Muslim country this year and came with Pakistan's military and civilian leadership plunged into crisis over the killing of Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden by US commandos. (HASHAM AHMED/AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani paramedics help injured blast victim arrive at a hospital in Peshawar on May 13, 2011 following a suicide and bomb attack on the paramilitary police in the northwestern Charsadda district. Seventy people were killed on May 13 when a suicide and bomb attack ripped through a group of Pakistani paramilitary police as they were about to be bussed home on leave from a training centre. It was the deadliest attack in the nuclear-armed Muslim country this year and came with Pakistan's military and civilian leadership plunged into crisis over the killing of Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden by US commandos. (HASHAM AHMED/AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani paramedics push a stretcher carrying an injured blast victim at a hospital in Peshawar on May 13, 2011 following a suicide and bomb attack on the paramilitary police in the northwestern Charsadda district. Seventy people were killed on May 13 when a suicide and bomb attack ripped through a group of Pakistani paramilitary police as they were about to be bussed home on leave from a training centre. It was the deadliest attack in the nuclear-armed Muslim country this year and came with Pakistan's military and civilian leadership plunged into crisis over the killing of Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden by US commandos. (HASHAM AHMED/AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani paramedics give treatment to injured blast victims at a hospital in Peshawar on May 13, 2011 following a suicide and bomb attack on the paramilitary police in the northwestern Charsadda district. Seventy people were killed on May 13 when a suicide and bomb attack ripped through a group of Pakistani paramilitary police as they were about to be bussed home on leave from a training centre. It was the deadliest attack in the nuclear-armed Muslim country this year and came with Pakistan's military and civilian leadership plunged into crisis over the killing of Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden by US commandos. (HASHAM AHMED/AFP/Getty Images)