Gunmen attack bus, kill over 40 Shiites in Pakistan’s Karachi
More than 40 Shiite Muslims have been killed in Karachi after attackers opened fire on a bus they were traveling in. This is the latest in a series of attacks on minorities in Pakistan.
At least 43 people belonging to the minority Ismaili Shiite community were killed after six gunmen riding motorcycles opened fire on a bus in Pakistan’s southern city Karachi. At least 16 women were among the dead and 13 other passengers were wounded as the bus made its way to a mosque in the commercial hub, police said.
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“Six terrorists came on three motorcycles, they entered the bus and began firing indiscriminately. They used 9mm pistols and all those killed and injured were hit by the 9mm pistols,” Ghulam Hyder Jamali, police chief of Sindh province, told journalists.
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