People holding up a banner in protest to the bombing of a Church on Sunday
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Pakistanis react with 'shock and anger' at latest attack

People have been gathering in major Pakistani cities to protest against the latest suicide attack.

More than 80 people died and 120 were left injured after Islamist bombers detonated two deadly devices outside a church in Peshawar on Sunday.

This attack was the latest in a series of attacks on Pakistani Christians, who represent about 1.6% of the country's overwhelmingly Muslim population.

The BBC's Shahzeb Jillani is in Pakistan where protesters told him that they will not 'tolerate' violence against minorities.

  • 23 Sep 2013
  • From the section Asia
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