7 killed, more than 10 injured in Pakistan train blast
2013-10-21 0:00

Red Ice Creations

Disturbing mass-transit bombing incidents happening around the world today (Bomb blast kills at least 6, injures over 30 on bus in central Russia). Genocides, bombings and dronings take place everyday and scores die, but its prudent to keep an eye out for patterns as you try to make sense of the tragedies.

The Indian Express reports....

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7 killed, more than 10 injured in Pakistan train blast
From: The Indian Express

Seven persons on board Quetta- bound Jaffar Express train were killed on Monday in a remote control bomb blast on a railway track in Pakistans restive Balochistan province.


The train, which departed from Rawalpindi, was passing through Dera Murad Jamali district of the restive Balochistan province when the blast occurred.

Media reports had earlier suggested that it was a suicide attack but state-run Radio Pakistan said it was a remote control bomb blast.

More than 10 people were also injured when five bogies of the train were derailed.

Security personnel reached the site and cordoned off the area as a probe into the incident went underway.

Minister for Railways Khawaja Saad Rafiq has termed the attack on Jaffar Express as a cowardice and barbaric act.

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Read the full article at: indianexpress.com








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