Two killed in bombing at pro-Kashmir rally in Pakistan

At least two people were killed and two wounded when a bomb exploded during a pro-Kashmir rally in Pakistan’s southwest on Friday. The demonstration was held to mark Kashmir Solidarity Day, observed across Pakistan every February 5 in support of those living in Muslim-majority and Indian-administered Kashmir. Friday’s bombing took place in Quetta, the capital of Balochistan province, near the border with Afghanistan. “The timed-device was concealed in a truck, which exploded when participants of the rally were marching on a road,” Ghulam Qadir, a senior police official, told AFP. Organisers of…

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