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Shi’ite Muslims killed in drive-by shooting in Pakistan

Three Shiite Muslims were killed in a drive by shooting, blamed on sectarian violence, police said

Shi’ite Muslims killed in drive-by shooting in Pakistan
Pakistani policeman inspect a car attacked by gunmen in Quetta on August 27, 2012. Three Shiite Muslims were killed in a drive by shooting, blamed on sectarian violence, police said. (AFP/Getty Images)
Shi’ite Muslims killed in drive-by shooting in Pakistan
A Pakistani relative sits next to a victim of a drive by shooting, at a hospital in Quetta on August 27, 2012. Three Shiite Muslims were killed in a drive by shooting, blamed on sectarian violence, police said. (AFP/Getty Images)
Shi’ite Muslims killed in drive-by shooting in Pakistan
Pakistani hospital workers transfer a victim, of a drive by shooting, at a hospital in Quetta on August 27, 2012. Three Shiite Muslims were killed in a drive by shooting, blamed on sectarian violence, police said. (AFP/Getty Images)
Shi’ite Muslims killed in drive-by shooting in Pakistan
Pakistani policemen and paramilitary soldiers stand on a street after gunmen shot at a car in Quetta on August 27, 2012. Three Shiite Muslims were killed in a drive by shooting, blamed on sectarian violence, police said. (AFP/Getty Images)
Shi’ite Muslims killed in drive-by shooting in Pakistan
Pakistani policemen stand guard in front of the Supreme Court in Islamabad on August 27, 2012. Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf, won a few more weeks' breathing space in a long-running legal wrangle over the reopening of graft cases against President Asif Ali Zardari. (AFP/Getty Images)
Shi’ite Muslims killed in drive-by shooting in Pakistan
Pakistani policeman inspect a car attacked by gunmen in Quetta on August 27, 2012. Three Shiite Muslims were killed in a drive by shooting, blamed on sectarian violence, police said. (AFP/Getty Images)
Shi’ite Muslims killed in drive-by shooting in Pakistan
Pakistani policemen stand guard in front of the Supreme Court in Islamabad on August 27, 2012. Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf, won a few more weeks' breathing space in a long-running legal wrangle over the reopening of graft cases against President Asif Ali Zardari. (AFP/Getty Images)