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PAKISTAN-FLOODS/FISHERMEN
RTR2HUYL
September 03, 2010
Murad Khan, son of Ghulam Shabir, a fisherman affected by the floods, stands in front of his family tent...
Bhakkar, Pakistan
Murad Khan, son of Ghulam Shabir, a fisherman affected by the floods, stands in front of his family tent...
Murad Khan, son of Ghulam Shabir, a fisherman affected by the floods, stands in front of his family tent on the eastern banks of the Indus River, located in the district of Bhakkar, in Pakistan's Punjab province September 2, 2010. A month ago, Pakistan's Indus river swelled and burst its banks, swallowing up Shabir's village of 20 mud-brick homes and sending the 200 people living there fleeing for higher ground. Today, Shabir is furious: he says it has been 10 days since the river retreated from the land but no one from the army or the Pakistani government has come to help him. Picture taken September 2, 2010. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
PAKISTAN-FLOODS/FISHERMEN
RTR2HUYK
September 03, 2010
Ghulam Shabir, a fisherman affected by the floods, points towards his family tent in the district of...
Bhakkar, Pakistan
Ghulam Shabir, a fisherman affected by the floods, points towards his family tent in the district of...
Ghulam Shabir, a fisherman affected by the floods, points towards his family tent in the district of Bhakkar, in Pakistan's Punjab province September 2, 2010. A month ago, Pakistan's Indus river swelled and burst its banks, swallowing up Shabir's village of 20 mud-brick homes and sending the 200 people living there fleeing for higher ground. Today, Shabir is furious: he says it has been 10 days since the river retreated from the land but no one from the army or the Pakistani government has come to help him. Picture taken September 2, 2010. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood (PAKISTAN - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
PAKISTAN-BLAST/
RTX9AM8
October 07, 2008
A Pakistani security official searches a car at the entrance of Bhakkar, 260 km (160 miles) southwest...
Bhakkar, Pakistan
Pakistani security official searches a car at the entrance of Bhakkar
A Pakistani security official searches a car at the entrance of Bhakkar, 260 km (160 miles) southwest of Islamabad, October 7, 2008. A suicide bomber killed at least 12 people and wounded around 30 including a leading Pakistani opposition politician and member of the minority Shi'ite Muslim community on Monday, police said. REUTERS/Mustansar Baloch (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BLAST/
RTX99P8
October 06, 2008
Pakistani security officials collect evidence at the site of a suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar,...
Bhakkar, Pakistan
Pakistani security officials collect evidence at the site of a suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar
Pakistani security officials collect evidence at the site of a suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar, 260 km (160 miles) southwest of Islamabad, October 6, 2008. A suicide bomber killed at least 12 people and wounded around 30 including a leading Pakistani opposition politician and member of the minority Shi'ite Muslim community on Monday, police said. REUTERS/Mustansar Baloch (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BLAST/
RTX99P6
October 06, 2008
Pakistani security officials collect evidence at the site of a suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar,...
Bhakkar, Pakistan
Pakistani security officials collect evidence at the site of a suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar
Pakistani security officials collect evidence at the site of a suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar, 260 km (160 miles) southwest of Islamabad, October 6, 2008. A suicide bomber killed at least 12 people and wounded around 30 including a leading Pakistani opposition politician and member of the minority Shi'ite Muslim community on Monday, police said. REUTERS/Mustansar Baloch (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BLAST/
RTX99OY
October 06, 2008
Pakistani security officials survey the site of the suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar, 260 km (160...
Bhakkar, Pakistan
Pakistani security officials survey the site of the suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar
Pakistani security officials survey the site of the suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar, 260 km (160 miles) southwest of Islamabad, October 6, 2008. A suicide bomber killed at least 12 people and wounded around 30 including a leading Pakistani opposition politician and member of the minority Shi'ite Muslim community on Monday, police said. REUTERS/Mustansar Baloch (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BLAST/
RTX99O3
October 06, 2008
Pakistani security officials survey the site of the suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar, 260 km (160...
Bhakkar, Pakistan
Pakistani security officials survey the site of the suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar
Pakistani security officials survey the site of the suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar, 260 km (160 miles) southwest of Islamabad, October 6, 2008. A suicide bomber killed at least 12 people and wounded around 30 including a leading Pakistani opposition politician and member of the minority Shi'ite Muslim community on Monday, police said. REUTERS/Mustansar Baloch (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BLAST/
RTX99NU
October 06, 2008
Pakistani security officials survey the site of the suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar, 260 km (160...
Bhakkar, Pakistan
Pakistani security officials survey the site of the suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar
Pakistani security officials survey the site of the suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar, 260 km (160 miles) southwest of Islamabad, October 6, 2008. A suicide bomber killed at least 12 people and wounded around 30 including a leading Pakistani opposition politician and member of the minority Shi'ite Muslim community on Monday, police said. REUTERS/Mustansar Baloch (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN-BLAST/
RTX99NN
October 06, 2008
Pakistani security officials survey the site of the suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar, 260 km (160...
Bhakkar, Pakistan
Pakistani security officials survey the site of the suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar
Pakistani security officials survey the site of the suicide blast in the town of Bhakkar, 260 km (160 miles) southwest of Islamabad, October 6, 2008. A suicide bomber killed at least 12 people and wounded around 30 including a leading Pakistani opposition politician and member of the minority Shi'ite Muslim community on Monday, police said. REUTERS/Mustansar Baloch (PAKISTAN)
PAKISTAN BLAST
RTR4AMS
April 26, 2002
Relatives remove the body of a woman killed in a bomb blast at a
gathering of Shi'ite Muslims in Bhakkar,...
Bhakkar, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
RELATIVES REMOVE BODY OF WOMAN KILLED IN PAKISTAN BOMB BLAST.
Relatives remove the body of a woman killed in a bomb blast at a
gathering of Shi'ite Muslims in Bhakkar, in Pakistan's Punjab province,
April 26, 2002. Twelve women and children were killed and 23 wounded in
an overnight explosion in the women's section of a segregated Shi'ite
Muslim congregation. Residents said sectarian violence between
militants from the Shi'ite and Sunni sects of Islam was most likely to
blame for the blast. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood

MK/RCS
PAKISTAN BLAST
RTR4AKS
April 26, 2002
Pakistani paramedical staff examine an injured woman in a local
hospital after a bomb blast at a gathering...
Bhakkar, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
WOMAN INJURED IN BOMB BLAST RESTS IN BHAKKAR HOSPITAL.
Pakistani paramedical staff examine an injured woman in a local
hospital after a bomb blast at a gathering of Shi'ite Muslims in
Bhakkar, in Pakistan's Punjab province, April 26, 2002. Twelve women
and children were killed and 23 wounded in the overnight explosion in
the women's section of a segregated Shi'ite Muslim congregation.
Residents said sectarian violence between militants from the Shi'ite
and Sunni sects of Islam was most likely to blame for the blast.
REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood

MK/RCS
PAKISTAN BLAST
RTR4AKK
April 26, 2002
Pakistani women trying to identify relatives belongings after a bomb
blast at a gathering of Shi'ite...
Bhakkar, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
WOMEN LOOK THROUGH BELONGINGS AFTER BOMB BLAST IN BHAKKAR.
Pakistani women trying to identify relatives belongings after a bomb
blast at a gathering of Shi'ite Muslims in Bhakkar, in Pakistan's
Punjab province, April 26, 2002. Twelve women and children were killed
and 23 wounded in an overnight explosion in the women's section of a
segregated Shi'ite Muslim congregation. Residents said sectarian
violence between militants from the Shi'ite and Sunni sects of Islam
was most likely to blame for the blast. REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood

MK/RCS
PAKISTAN BLAST
RTR4AKE
April 26, 2002
Pakistani Shi'ite women trying to identify relatives belongings after a
bomb blast at a gathering of...
Bhakkar, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
WOMEN IDENTIFY BELONGING AFTER BOMB BLAST IN BHAKKAR.
Pakistani Shi'ite women trying to identify relatives belongings after a
bomb blast at a gathering of Shi'ite Muslims in Bhakkar town in
Pakistan's Punjab province, April 26, 2002. Twelve women and children
were killed and 23 wounded in an overnight explosion in the women's
section of a segregated Shi'ite Muslim congregation. Residents said
sectarian violence between militants from the Shi'ite and Sunni sects
of Islam was most likely to blame for the blast. REUTERS/Faisal
Mahmood

MK/RCS
PAKISTAN BLAST
RTR4AK0
April 26, 2002
An unidentified man (R) weeps beside the bodies of his two
grandchildren killed in a bomb blast at a...
Bhakkar, Pakistan - IslamicRepublicof
BODIES OF MUSLIM VICTIMS KILLED IN A BOMB BLAST IN EASTERN PAKISTAN.
An unidentified man (R) weeps beside the bodies of his two
grandchildren killed in a bomb blast at a gathering of Shi'ite Muslims
in Bhakkar town in Pakistan's Punjab province, April 26, 2002. Twelve
women and children were killed and 23 wounded in an overnight explosion
in the women's section of a segregated Shi'ite Muslim congregation.
Residents said sectarian violence between militants from the Shi'ite
and Sunni sects of Islam was most likely to blame for the blast.
REUTERS/Faisal Mahmood

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