A suspected suicide bombing outside a Shiite mosque in Pakistan's commercial capital Karachi has claimed the lives of 45 people and wounded 149, senior city official Hashim Raza has said.
The attack is the latest signal that Sunni groups are escalating sectarian bombings against the minority.
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