Lahore eyewitness: 'They fired without discrimination'

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Score of people have been killed by gunmen who targeted two mosques in the Pakistani city of Lahore.

The militants stormed the mosques belonging to a minority Muslim sect during Friday prayers.

Nadeem Khalifa, who was in one of the mosques when the attack took places, told the BBC that gunmen were firing "without any discrimination".

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