October 09 2017
Unidentified gunmen have attacked members of a Shi'ite Hazara family in Pakistan's southern Baluchistan province, killing at least five, reports the Press Trust of India.
The militants opened fire on Monday at a vehicle traveling on the Kasi road in Quetta, the capital of Baluchistan.
Police said the attack was aimed at Hazaras. Members of that group are frequently targeted by Taliban-linked fighters.
Five people were killed and one was injured in the attack, said police. ...
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