Protests prompt police to detain suspects in deadly bombing
The Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, a group of Sunni supremacists and jihadists was responsible for a bombing attack at a market in Hazara Town in Quetta, Pakistan. The attack claimed the lives of at least 110 people and left 200 more injured. Most of the victims were of Shia Twelver ethnicity. The perpetrators were arrested 3 days later.
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