Shiite families refusing to bury their dead after twin bombings in Pakistan's troubled southwestern city of Quetta vowed to continue their sit-in protest Saturday until the army takes over security.
Pakistani Shiite Muslims demonstrate as they sit between the coffins of bombing victims in Quetta on January 12, 2013. Shiite families refusing to bury their dead after twin bombings in Quetta have vowed to continue their sit-in protest until the army takes over security.
By late evening, initial crowds of hundreds of protesters had swelled to several thousand, said an AFP reporter at the scene, all gathered on the main road near the snooker hall hit by Thursday's twin suicide attacks.
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