Suicide Bombing Targets Pakistani Hospital

Pakistan pd-compressedPakistan (Mission Network News) A hospital in Quetta, Pakistan was attacked by a suicide bomber yesterday. The latest report from Monday evening says the explosion left at least 74 people dead, and 50 wounded. That death toll is expected to rise.

The group of Jamaat-ul-Ahrar has claimed responsibility for the blast. They are a branch group of the Pakistani Taliban and have declared support for Islamic State.

Quetta is known as the ‘fruit garden’ of Pakistan and is the country’s ninth-largest city.

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