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Deadly Car Bomb at Pakistan Market
A car bomb tore through a busy market in northwestern Pakistan killing 100 people as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton visited the country and pledged American support for its campaign against Islamist militants.
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Oct. 28: People gather at the scene of a powerful bomb blast in Peshawar.

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Oct. 28: Flames rise from the scene of a powerful bomb blast in Peshawar.

 

 

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Oct. 28: Flames rise from the scene of a powerful bomb blast in Peshawar.

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Oct. 28: A view of sandals shop damaged after a powerful bomb exploded in Peshawar.

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Oct. 28: Firefighters try to extinguish fire at the scene of a powerful bomb blast in Peshawar. 

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Map locates market bomb in Peshawar, Pakistan.

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Oct. 28: A Pakistan police commando kicks a displaced boy, who fled from South Waziristan due to military offensive, after he broke the line outside a food distribution center in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan.

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 Oct. 28: Pakistani army troops patrol on the vicinity of a food distribution center for displaced people, who fled from South Waziristan due to military offensive in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan. 

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Oct. 28: A Pakistan police officer chases a displaced boy who fled from South Waziristan due to military offensive after he broke the queue outside a food distribution center in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan.

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Oct. 28: A Pakistani police officer tries to control displaced people, who fled from South Waziristan due to military offensive, to maintain line outside a food distribution center in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan.

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Oct. 28: A displaced Pakistani woman with her baby girl, who fled from South Waziristan due to military offensive, walk towards a food distribution center to get food in Dera Ismail Khan, Pakistan.

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Deadly Car Bomb at Pakistan Market

A car bomb tore through a busy market in northwestern Pakistan killing 100 people as U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton visited the country and pledged American support for its campaign against Islamist militants.

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