Thousands of Pakistani Shiites refused for a second day Monday to bury victims of a devastating bomb attack on their community, demanding protection against record levels of sectarian violence.
Pakistani Shiite Muslims protest against a devastating bomb attack in Quetta on February 18, 2013. Thousands of Pakistani Shiite women refused for a second day to bury victims of the attack on their community, demanding protection against record levels of sectarian violence.
Demonstrators poured onto the streets across the country, shutting down the largest city Karachi and closing the road from the capital to Islamabad airport, in angry protest at Saturday's bombing that killed at least 89 people in Quetta.
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