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People identify the bodies of their relatives who were killed in a road accident, at a mortuary in Lashkar Gah, the provincial capital of Helmand, Afghanistan, 13 November 2011. At least thirteen people including three women and four children were killed on 12 November, when a bus collided with a sedan car in Helmand province.

 

An injured worker from an explosion is carried for treatment at Career Institute of Medical Sciences in Bhopal, India, 12 November 2011. An explosion occurred in the ordnance factory of Indian army in Itarsi, district Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh in which many workers got injured and five of the seriously injured were brought to Bhopal for treatment.

 

Afghan policemen take pictures of the dead bodies of two insurgents after a suicide attack outside the building of a logistics company working with NATO forces on the outskirts of Herat city on November 3, 2011. Two Afghan guards were killed in an assault on a logistics company working with NATO forces in western Afghanistan, police said on November 3, adding that all the attackers had been killed.

 

 

Victims of a bus crash are piled on a truck after being recovered from the crash site near the Jhagajholi village, about 240 kilometers (150 miles) east of the Nepalese capital Katmandu, on 13 October 2011. At least 47 people were killed when a bus plunged into a river in Nepal on 13 October, police said. The bus was carrying over 60 passengers home after the annual Dashain festival celebrations. Police said the bus was carrying more than its capacity. It swerved off the road and plunged 300 meters into the Sunkoshi River, in Sindhuli district, some 240 kilometers east of the capital.

 

 

Forensic experts inspect one of two human heads that were left next and on top of a car at a street in Mexico City near a major military base, Monday Oct. 3, 2011. A grisly tactic of warring drug gangs that has long affected other parts of the country, the appearance of decapitated heads in the country’s capital city has not been seen since January 2008, when two heads were found near the city’s international airport.

 

 

Libyan rebels help an injured comrade who was wounded during the battle to liberate the city of Sirte, Libya 12 October 2011. According to media sources on 11 October, the military spokesman Ahmad Bani of the country’s interim leadership said the battle for Sirte had entered its ëfinal stageí, with his men close to controlling the last neighborhoods still in the hands of Gaddafi’s loyalists. Sirte and Bani Walid are the two last bastions where fugitive leader Muammar Gaddafi’s loyalists are still fighting the country’s new rulers.

 

 

The bodies of six men murdered by suspected gang members lie in the parking lot of Ramon Villeda Morales Airport in San Pedro Sula, 240 kms north of Tegucigalpa in October 14, 2011. Honduras stands to break world records with its murder rate — estimated at 86 per 100,000 inhabitants — putting it ahead of war-torn countries like Iraq and Afghanistan, a study said October 13, 2011. The study by the Violence Observatory at the National Autonomous University of Honduras said the murder rate was 43.7 per 100,000 inhabitants during the first semester of 2011, up from 36.6 for the same period last year.

 

The body of a Yemeni demonstrator is carried into a makeshift hospital after he was shot during an anti-regime rally in Sanaa on October 15, 2011. Yemeni police opened fire on demonstrators in the capital demanding the resignation of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, killing at least 12 people and wounding dozens, medics said.

 

An injured worker from an explosion is carried for treatment at Career Institute of Medical Sciences in Bhopal, India, 12 November 2011. An explosion occurred in the ordnance factory of Indian army in Itarsi, district Hoshangabad, Madhya Pradesh in which many workers got injured and five of the seriously injured were brought to Bhopal for treatment.

 

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Pakistani peoples gather to look at the dead body of a suicide bomber on the outskirts of Quetta on November 5, 2011. A man blew himself up in a failed suicide bombing on November 5, in Pakistan’s southwest, where a recent surge in sectarian unrest has killed dozens of Shiite Muslims.

 

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Afghan policemen take pictures of the dead bodies of two insurgents after a suicide attack outside the building of a logistics company working with NATO forces on the outskirts of Herat city on November 3, 2011. Two Afghan guards were killed in an assault on a logistics company working with NATO forces in western Afghanistan, police said on November 3, adding that all the attackers had been killed.

 

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The body of a Yemeni demonstrator is carried into a makeshift hospital after he was shot during an anti-regime rally in Sanaa on October 15, 2011. Yemeni police opened fire on demonstrators in the capital demanding the resignation of President Ali Abdullah Saleh, killing at least 12 people and wounding dozens, medics said.

 

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The bodies of six men murdered by suspected gang members lie in the parking lot of Ramon Villeda Morales Airport in San Pedro Sula, 240 kms north of Tegucigalpa in October 14, 2011. Honduras stands to break world records with its murder rate — estimated at 86 per 100,000 inhabitants — putting it ahead of war-torn countries like Iraq and Afghanistan, a study said October 13, 2011. The study by the Violence Observatory at the National Autonomous University of Honduras said the murder rate was 43.7 per 100,000 inhabitants during the first semester of 2011, up from 36.6 for the same period last year.

 

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Victims of a bus crash are piled on a truck after being recovered from the crash site near the Jhagajholi village, about 240 kilometers (150 miles) east of the Nepalese capital Katmandu, on 13 October 2011. At least 47 people were killed when a bus plunged into a river in Nepal on 13 October, police said. The bus was carrying over 60 passengers home after the annual Dashain festival celebrations. Police said the bus was carrying more than its capacity. It swerved off the road and plunged 300 metres into the Sunkoshi River, in Sindhuli district, some 240 kilometres east of the capital.

 

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Libyan rebels help an injured comrade who was wounded during the battle to liberate the city of Sirte, Libya 12 October 2011. According to media sources on 11 October, the military spokesman Ahmad Bani of the country’s interim leadership said the battle for Sirte had entered its ëfinal stageí, with his men close to controlling the last neighborhoods still in the hands of Gaddafi’s loyalists. Sirte and Bani Walid are the two last bastions where fugitive leader Muammar Gaddafi’s loyalists are still fighting the country’s new rulers.

 

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Forensic experts inspect one of two human heads that were left next and on top of a car at a street in Mexico City near a major military base, Monday Oct. 3, 2011. A grisly tactic of warring drug gangs that has long affected other parts of the country, the appearance of decapitated heads in the country’s capital city has not been seen since January 2008, when two heads were found near the city’s international airport.

 

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Residents of the area look on from across a small river at bodies of victims lying on the other side, after a pipeline explosion in Nairobi, Kenya, Monday, Sept. 12, 2011. A leaking gasoline pipeline in Kenya’s capital exploded on Monday, turning part of a slum into an inferno in which scores of people were killed and more than 100 hurt.

 

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A Pakistani security officer carries an injured child from the site of bombing in Quetta, Pakistan, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2011. A pair of suicide bombers attacked the house of a top military officer in the southwestern city of Quetta on Wednesday, killing his wife and 18 other people, at least eight of them soldiers, authorities said.

 

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Dead bodies lay outside the hospital in the Abu Salim district in Tripoli, Libya, Friday, Aug. 26, 2011. The four-story hospital was completely empty with shattered glass over the floors, dark with dried blood stains and with medical equipment strewn about. In the hospital yard next to the parking lot is a pile of 20 decomposing bodies, all of them darker skinned than most Libyans, covered with blankets. Gadhafi had recruited fighters from sub-Saharan Africa.

 

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A forensic team work on a crime scene where the corpses of two men hang from a pedestrian bridge in Allende, Nuevo Leon state, Mexico, on August 4, 2011, early morning. Two bodies appeared hanging from the bridge with messages allegedly sent between two organized crime gangs.

 

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Victims of a bomb explosion lie bleeding on the ground outside the Opera House in Mumbai, India, Wednesday, July 13, 2011. Near-simultaneous bomb blasts rocked three busy neighborhoods during evening rush hour in India’s busy financial capital Wednesday, killing at least 17 people in what the government called an apparent terrorist attack on the city beseiged by militants nearly three years ago.

 

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This courtesy picture handed by Nuestro Diario and taken on May 15, 2011 shows two heads lying on the ground at the farm Los Cocos in San Andres, in northern Guatemala on the Mexican border, where 28 bodies were found decapitated, in Peten Department, some 500 km north of Guatemala City. Police officials say the killings could be linked to drug gangs operating in the area. Guatemala has one of the highest murder rates in Latin America, an average of 18 per day. Most crimes are attributed to feared drug gangs known as “maras.” Guatemala’s violence still pales, however, in comparison with the brutal drug war to the north, in Mexico, where over 37,000 people have died since December 2006, when a military crackdown was launched on the illegal drug cartels.

 

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A head and various body parts are seen among black plastic bags on a street in Xochitepec on the outskirts of Cuernavaca November 29, 2011. The dismembered bodies of three men were found scattered on a street near the international airport, according to local media.

 

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Dead body of a suspected Gadaffi loyalist brought from the combat zone to the Jaala Hospital Morgue on March 20, 2011 from the outskirts of Benghazi, Libya.

 

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Federal police officers and forensic workers inspect the crime scene where 5 people were shot to death in the northern border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Sunday, March 6, 2011. (AP Photo/Raymundo Ruiz).

 

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The bodies of dozens of young men killed in recent clashes lie piled on the floor of a morgue, in Abidjan, Ivory Coast Wednesday, March 2, 2011. More than 50 people have been killed in the last week by fighting between supporters of rival presidential claimants Alassane Ouattara and Laurent Gbagbo. Since December, hundreds of bodies have been piling up in overcrowded morgues across the city, as the government controlled by Gbagbo has not given the go ahead for the autopsies necessary to release them for burial. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell).

 

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People protest against the Gaddafi Government, with reports of government soldiers shooting people dead. Lots of wounded and dead men in Al Baida adn Bengasi, Libya. 19/02/2011

 

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Mexican navy marines inspect and secure the scene where the bodies of two men were dumped in the Pacific coast resort city of Acapulco, Mexico, Saturday Feb. 5, 2010. The two bodies had their heads bound in plastic tape and their hands and feet bound with gaffer tape. They had been shot in the head and neck and a warning message to a rival drug gang was left behind.

 

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A dead protestor lies during an anti-government protest in Tirana on January 21, 2011. Albanian anti-government protesters clashed with police when demonstrators threw stones at the security forces who responded with tear gas. Several thousand people gathered in the capital on January 21 after a call from the socialist opposition to protest against the current government of Prime Minister Sali Berisha. Three people were shot dead during an anti-government protest in Tirana on Friday, Sami Koceku, head of the military hospital emergency services told AFP.

 

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Members of Mexican Navy walk down a pedestrian bridge over the Acapulco-Mexico road where three corposes – one decapitated and partially dismembered – were found, in the neighbourhood La Cima, in Acapulco, on January 9, 2011, a day after 15 other bodies were found.

 

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Mexican Police and rescuers observe the body of a woman hanging from a pedestrian bridge in Monterrey, Mexico, on 31 December 2010. According to media reports, the body is of Gabriela Muniz Tamez alias ‘La Pelirroja,’ who was sentenced to serve time for kidnapping in 2009. Muniz Tamez was freed on 27 December 2010 by a group of armed men while she was being transported from the jail to a local hospital for a medical check-up.

 

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One of two decapitated men with their arms also cut off hangs from a bridge in the Pacific resort city of Acapulco, Mexico, Saturday Dec. 4, 2010. Acapulco has been hard hit by drug violence as rival gangs continue battling for control of the region.

 

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An Israeli medic stands near burnt bodies lying on the ground on December 02, 2010 after a bus was trapped in a huge forest fire that raged out of control near Israel’s northern city of Haifa. Around 40 people are believed to have been killed in the devastating forest fire burning.

 

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The body of a man lays on the ground on December 2, 2010 in Abidjan after he was shot dead in an attack on campaigners for Ivory Coast presidential candidate Alassane Ouattara amid tensions over delayed vote results. At least eight people were killed following an attack by armed men in a local office of Ouattara’s opposition RDR party in the Abidjan district of Yopougon overnight, witnesses said.

 

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In this picture released on November 10, 2010 by the Maranhao state Security Secretary press office, military firefighters hold the heads of two prisoners killed during the rebellion at the Pedrinhas prison in Sao Luiz, state of Maranhao, northern Brazil. The uprising lasted for two days and left 18 dead.

 

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Spent bullet casings lie on the ground near bodies left under a statue in Acapulco, Mexico, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 2010. Three men and a woman were tortured and executed in this city which has been recently wracked by almost daily multiple executions as drug gangs battle for control of the region.

 

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View of a man, victim of organized crime, hanging from a bridge in the city of Chihuahua, Mexico, 15 October 2010. At least eight people were left dead from organized crime during this day in the state of Chihuahua.

 

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Iraqi Army soldiers stand next to the body of a suspected gunman after clashes following a jewelry store robbery in the Mansour neighborhood of western Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010. Gunmen stormed three Baghdad jewelry stores Sunday in what appeared to be coordinated robberies and clashed with security forces, leaving several people dead.

 

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A forensic expert works by the scattered body parts of an unidentified man in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Saturday Sept. 25, 2010.

 

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Four corpses lie on the floor of a house in Acapulco, Guerrero state, Mexico on September 23, 2010. Seven people were killed Thursday with assault rifles AK47 during a clash between drug dealers. The Mexican government declared war on the drug cartels on December 2006, which has since left 22,743 people dead according to official records.

 

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In this photo released by Colombia’s Defense Ministry, police stand around the body of rebel leader Jorge Briceno, also known as Mono Jojoy, after his body was flown to Bogota, Colombia, Thursday Sept. 23, 2010. Colombia’s military killed Jorge Briceno, the No. 2 leader and top military strategist of the country’s main rebel army, the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC, in bombardments of a jungle camp, officials announced Thursday. According to Colombia’s President Juan Manuel Santos, at least 20 rebels were killed.

 

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Crime scene investigators try to take down the bodies of two men that were hanged from a bridge in the town of Tlajomulco de Zuniga, Mexico Thursday Sept. 16, 2010. The bodies, found on the 200th anniversary of the Mexican independence, had warning messages painted on their bodies and traditional Mexican sombreros were placed on them. 

 

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People rushed injured victims of a suicide bomb attack targeting procession of Shi’ite Muslims to the hospital in Quetta, Pakistan, 03 September 2010. A suicide bomb attacker detonated explosives strapped to their bodies targeting a procession of Shi’ite Mulsims in Quetta, killing at least 12 people and injuring several other. 

 

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Chechen president Ramzan Kadyrov’s personal security officers, partly seen in the background, stand behind the bodies of suspected separatist insurgents, foreground, killed in a shootout in Tsentoroi, Kadyrov’s home village, in this image made from television Sunday, Aug. 29, 2010. Russia’s volatile North Caucasus suffers daily attacks by insurgents seeking independence from Moscow, but this weekend’s bloodshed has been especially fierce. 

 

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The body of a suicide bomber is pictured amid debris inside Diyala’s government building in its provincial capital of Baquba after militants blasted their way on June 14, 2011 into the government offices in the restive central Iraqi city with two car bombs and suicide blasts that killed seven people and mirrored a similar March raid claimed by Al-Qaeda. 

 

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A police officer inspects an abandoned vehicle where two bodies were found in the trunk in Acapulco, Mexico, Friday, Aug. 27, 2010. Several separate violent incidents in this Pacific resort city have left more than a dozen dead in less than 24 hours.

 

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Mogadishu government forces drag the body of an alleged islamist figther in the streets of Mogadishu on August 24, 2010. Two Islamist militants shot dead 30 people, including six members of parliament in a suicide attack on a Mogadishu hotel. The two militants from the Shebab insurgency disguised as government security forces then blew themselves up to avoid arrest after the attack on the hotel which was crowded with Somali officials.

 

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People gather around the corpse of a suicide bomber after he detonated at the entrance to a guesthouse on August 10, 2010 in Kabul. According to reports two suicide bombers blew themselves up outside the guesthouse, killing two drivers and injuring a security guard.

 

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A man trys to pull the body of a dead Lebanese soldier closer to civil defense workers after he was killed in the exchange of fire between Israeli and Lebanese troops in the southern border village of Adaisseh, Lebanon, Tuesday, Aug. 3, 2010. Lebanese and Israeli troops exchanged fire on the border Tuesday in the most serious clashes since a fierce war four years ago, and Lebanon said at least two of its soldiers and a journalist were killed in shelling.

 

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Forensic personnel work next to a truck with burned bodies, on November 23, 2011 in Culiacan, Sinaloa, Mexico. 16 burned bodies were found in two trucks in the streets of Culiacan. More than 41,000 people have been killed in rising drug-related violence in Mexico since December 2006, when President Felipe Calderon deployed soldiers and federal police to take on organized crime.

 

 

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Pakistani peoples gather to look at the dead body of a suicide bomber on the outskirts of Quetta on November 5, 2011. A man blew himself up in a failed suicide bombing on November 5, in Pakistan’s southwest, where a recent surge in sectarian unrest has killed dozens of Shiite Muslims.

 

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The bodies of six men murdered by suspected gang members lie in the parking lot of Ramon Villeda Morales Airport in San Pedro Sula, 240 kms north of Tegucigalpa in October 14, 2011. Honduras stands to break world records with its murder rate — estimated at 86 per 100,000 inhabitants — putting it ahead of war-torn countries like Iraq and Afghanistan, a study said October 13, 2011. The study by the Violence Observatory at the National Autonomous University of Honduras said the murder rate was 43.7 per 100,000 inhabitants during the first semester of 2011, up from 36.6 for the same period last year.

 

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Victims of a bus crash are piled on a truck after being recovered from the crash site near the Jhagajholi village, about 240 kilometers (150 miles) east of the Nepalese capital Katmandu, on 13 October 2011. At least 47 people were killed when a bus plunged into a river in Nepal on 13 October, police said. The bus was carrying over 60 passengers home after the annual Dashain festival celebrations. Police said the bus was carrying more than its capacity. It swerved off the road and plunged 300 metres into the Sunkoshi River, in Sindhuli district, some 240 kilometres east of the capital. 

 

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Libyan rebels help an injured comrade who was wounded during the battle to liberate the city of Sirte, Libya 12 October 2011. According to media sources on 11 October, the military spokesman Ahmad Bani of the country’s interim leadership said the battle for Sirte had entered its ëfinal stageí, with his men close to controlling the last neighborhoods still in the hands of Gaddafi’s loyalists. Sirte and Bani Walid are the two last bastions where fugitive leader Muammar Gaddafi’s loyalists are still fighting the country’s new rulers.

 

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Mexican army soldiers look at two bodies next to a charred vehicle in the Pacific resort city of Acapulco, Mexico Sep 26, 2011. Acapulco has seen a surge of crime incidents as rival drug gangs battle for control.

 

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An Afghan policeman kicks the dead body of an insurgent on September 14, 2011 inside the building where Taliban fighters attacked the most heavily protected part of Kabul the day before. A coordinated Taliban assault on the Afghan capital was quelled on September 14 after raging for 19 hours in a hail of rockets, grenades and suicide blasts that left 14 dead and six foreign troops wounded. Afghan and foreign troops battled the insurgents who targeted the US embassy and NATO headquarters, sowing fear and confusion and raising fresh questions over the government’s ability to secure the country even after a ten-year war. The standoff ended when troops finally killed the two last insurgents who had held out overnight in a high-rise building under construction just a few hundred metres from the heavily guarded US embassy.

 

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In this photo taken Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2011, Indian policemen stand around the body of Lashkar-e-Taiba commander Abdullah Uni after he was killed during a gun battle in Sopore some 55 kilometers (north of Srinagar, India. Indian forces engaged in a gun battle with separatist rebels in Kashmir and killed Uni, one of the leaders of a rebel group that is blamed for the deadly 2008 Mumbai terror attack, police said on Wednesday.

 

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A Pakistani gestures toward a firefighter as he stands beside a dead body at the site of suicide bombing in Quetta, Pakistan Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011. A suicide car bomber attacked Shiite Muslims in southwestern Pakistan on Wednesday as they were heading home after morning prayers at the start of an Islamic holiday. The blast killed 10 people, officials said.

 

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Pakistani rescue workers carry an injured victim from the site of twin suicide bomb blast in Quetta, Pakistan, 07 September 2011. Two suicide bombers raided the residence of a senior paramilitary officer in south-western Pakistan and killed 17 people, a government official said. Thirty-five people were also injured in the attack in Quetta, the capital of the Balochistan province, said senior government official Naseem Lehri.