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Suicide Bombing in Pakistan Leaves At Least 30 Dead

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News video: Suicide Bombing in Pakistan Leaves At Least 30 DeadAccording to Pakistani government officials, at least 30 people were killed and 100 injured in a suicide bombing attack on Thursday at a shrine in the city of Sehwan. According to a report, The Islamic State Khorasan, which is an affiliate of ISIS in Pakistan and Afghanistan, has claimed responsibility for the attack. Hundreds of worshipers had reportedly gathered at the shrine during the time of the attack for the sufi ritual of Dhamal.

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