Bomb blast inside Pakistani mosque wounds five

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January 29, 2007 17:05

 
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A bomb exploded inside a Shiite Muslim mosque Monday in the northwestern Pakistan city of Bannu, wounding five people, two seriously, police said. The bomb went off as people were arriving at the mosque for a gathering in connection with the Shiite religious festival of Ashoura, said Sadullah Khan, a Bannu police officer. Dozens of people were inside the mosque when the blast happened, and two of the five wounded were in serious condition, Khan said.

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