115 people died yesterday in Quetta, Pakistan, after a bomb exploded at a billiard hall. The Baluchistan province was hit by twin blasts measured at about 10 minutes apart on Thursday night, killing 81 people and wounding over some 120 more. It is thought that this strike was intended for the large population of Shia Muslims residing in the area. When people came to rescue survivors of the first blast, the second came to get them too.
A paramilitary soldier asks civilians to leave the scene of a bomb explosion in Quetta.
People trying to identify bomb victims.
Checking the site of the bomb.
Soldier guarding the scene of the crime.
Looking for evidence.