#WHYS: Over 100 dead in after series of explosions in Pakistan

We hear your reaction to a series of bombings in Quetta, Pakistan yesterday which are reported to have killed over 100 people.

A suicide bomber entered a snooker club near to a police station and Shia mosque in the predominantly Hazara Shia Muslim neighbourhood, and detonated a device.Following the initial blast, rescue teams and journalists who had just arrived on the scene where then caught up in a second explosion.

Lashkar-e-Jhangvi which is a banned organisation has said they carried out the attack.

Baluchistan suffered a number of sectarian related incidents last year between Sunnis and Shias, which have led to calls for the government to do more to deal with extremist groups.

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