At least 22 people died in an explosion at a Shiite procession in south-western Pakistan today.
It was the third deadly attack this week on the country’s religious minorities.
Police official Jamil Khan said at least 20 people were wounded when the explosion ripped through the rally calling for solidarity with Palestinians.
The procession was held in the city of Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan Province.
A suicide attack on a mosque belonging to the minority Ahmadi sect killed at least one person and wounded several others in north-western Pakistan earlier today.
A triple suicide attack on Wednesday killed 35 people at a Shiite ceremony in the eastern city of Lahore.