Pakistan Mourns Easter Suicide Bombing Victims

    Published March 28, 2016


    Pakistan is mourning the victims of Easter Sunday's deadly suicide bombing in the eastern city of Lahore which targeted Christians. At least 72 people were killed including 30 children and 300 others were wounded.

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    Pakistani Christian women mourn the death of Sharmoon who was killed in a bombing attack, in Lahore, Pakistan, March 28, 2016.

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    Eric John, bottom, who survived Sunday's attack, cries during the funeral of his cousin killed, in Lahore, Pakistan, March 28, 2016.

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    Family members comfort a woman mourns the death of a relative, who was killed in a blast outside a public park on Sunday, during funeral in Lahore, Pakistan, March 28, 2016.

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    Pakistani Christian women mourn the deaths of their family members during a funeral service at a local church in Lahore, Pakistan, March 28, 2016.

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    Pakistani Christian women mourn the death of a man killed form a bombing attack, in Lahore, Pakistan, March 28, 2016.

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    Members of a civil society group light candles during a vigil for the victims of Sunday's suicide bombing, March 28, 2016 in Karachi, Pakistan.

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    People carry the coffin of Sahil Pervez who was killed in a bomb attack in Lahore, Pakistan, March 28, 2016.

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    Family members mourn the death of a relative, who was killed in a blast that happened outside a public park on Sunday, in Lahore, Pakistan, March 28, 2016.

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    Family members mourn the death of a relative, who was killed in a blast outside a public park on Sunday, during funeral in Lahore, Pakistan, March 28, 2016.

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    Christian women pray during an Easter service at St Anthony's Church in Lahore, Pakistan, March 27, 2016.

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    Members of a civil society group light candles during a vigil for the victims of Sunday's suicide bombing, March 28, 2016 in Karachi, Pakistan.

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    A Pakistani nun holds a candle during a vigil for victims of the Sunday's deadly suicide bombing in a park, March 28, 2016 in Lahore, Pakistan.

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    A Pakistani nun holds a candle during a vigil for victims of Sunday's deadly suicide bombing in a park,March 28, 2016 in Lahore, Pakistan.

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