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More than 70 killed in Isis suicide attack on Sufi shrine in PakistanUpdated17 Feb 2:43am

More than 70 killed in Isis suicide attack on Sufi shrine in Pakistan

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About 150 people injured as jihadi group claims it bombed shrine to Sufi saint in Sindh province Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a bomb blast that killed at least 70 people and injured about 150 at a crowded shrine in southern Pakistan on Thursday. Officials said a suicide bomber detonated the bomb among crowds gathered for the busiest day of the week at the shrine to Sufi saint Lal Shahbaz Qalandar in Sehwan, a town in Sindh province. Amaq, a news agency affiliated to Isis, claimed the jihadi group had carried out the attack, which was the deadliest in Pakistan so far this year. It was also the
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