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Officials say a bomb explosion has killed 53 people in a hospital in the city of Quetta in southwestern Pakistan.
Dozens of people were wounded in the attack,
which occurred at the entrance to the emergency department where
the body of a prominent lawyer was shot dead earlier in the day they were brought Monday.
The victims included lawyers
and journalists accompanying the body of Bilal Anwar Kasi.
The fire explosion.
It was not clear who the attackers were.
Pakistani police said they suspected the bomb was detonated by a suicide bomber.
Mr. Casey, who was president of the Bar Association of Balochistan,
was shot while he was on his way to the main court complex in Quetta,
according to the news outlet for Geo TV.
And he condemned the Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif attacks.
“We will not allow any one to disturb the peace in the province,” he said.
the security forces have given policies in Baluchistan sacrifices for this country.”
There were a number of targeted killings in Quetta,
linked to a separatist insurgency as well as sectarian tensions and crime.
It included killed in recent weeks,
many of the lawyers.
Mr. Casey strongly condemned the attacks
and said local media that he had declared the province for two days of court hearings to protest the killing of their colleague last week.
The footage showed social media from Medina car on fire in the parking lot, with two security officers lying nearby.
The footage showed other ambulances and police cars streaming into the region.
Some reports say the security men are about to break their fast when young Okaz said to be 18 years old, approached her to share food. And then he detonated his explosives.
No one said they were behind the attacks.
They come with the holy month of Ramadan comes to a close and before the Eid al-Fitr holiday.
And Saudi Arabia was the target of attacks by the so-called Islamic state over the past two years
He said to be one of the North Caucasus region in Russia and the other from Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.
Islamic State (IS) was behind the gun and suicide bombing which killed 44 people believed Turkey
called and about 240 wounded.
Police arrested at least suspects in Istanbul and Izmir more on Thursday 13 people.
Family, friends and colleagues of the victims gathered at the airport on Thursday to mourn as funerals continued.
One image on the media Turkish media aims to show the three men together at the airport moments before the attack,
wearing black jackets and carrying holdalls. Wear two hats, one smiling
The Turkish official did not disclose his name, told Reuters news agency the attackers Dead countries
‘ of origin after they reported Turkish media reports.
He said some of the agencies chosen as one of the men as
Osman Vadinov crossed into Turkey from the most prominent stronghold of Raqqa in Syria in 2015.
Reports that he was a Chechen police source did not mention his name in the North Caucasus,
the Interfax news agency reported Russian news reports have been denied
Flights in and out of the airport were suspended after the attack.
Taxis were used to rush casualties to hospital in the immediate aftermath of the attack.
The Istanbul governor gave the death toll of 28 after first reports of 10 fatalities.
The state-run Anadolu agency said around 60 people had been wounded, six of them seriously.
Two South African tourists, Paul and Susie Roos from Cape Town, were at the airport and
due to fly home at the time of the explosions.
“We came up from the arrivals to the departures, up the escalator when we heard these shots going off,”
Mr Roos told the Associated Press new agency.
“There was this guy going roaming around, he was dressed in black and he had a hand gun.”
up to three attackers, with one male and opened fire with a Kalashnikov rifle and
targeted access to the station point.
It has been linked to the recent bombings in Turkey either the Kurds or the so-called Group of Islamic countries separatists.
It sounds like a large, coordinated attack, reports Mark Lowen BBC.
He said Ataturk Airport long as an easy target, adds our correspondent Turkey,
reporting from the plane at the airport.
There are X-ray scanners at the entrance to the station, but security checks for cars and limited.
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