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A homicide bomber killed 35 people outside a bank near Pakistan's capital Monday, while the U.N. said spreading violence in the country had forced it to suspend long-term development work in the northwest regions along the Afghan border.
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Pakistan Bombing

Nov. 2: A Pakistani rescue worker stands at the site of bomb explosion outside a bank in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Monday. An explosion occurred near Pakistan's capital Monday, the latest in a wave of attacks by militants since the army launched a new offensive against them last month.

(AP)

Pakistan Bombing

Nov. 2: A Pakistani rescue worker stands at the site of bomb explosion outside a bank in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Monday. An explosion occurred near Pakistan's capital Monday, the latest in a wave of attacks by militants since the army launched a new offensive against them last month.

(AP)

Pakistan Bombing

Nov. 2: Pakistani security officials gather at the site of a bomb explosion outside a bank in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. A homicide bombing occurred outside a bank near Pakistan's capital Monday, as the U.N. said spreading violence had forced it to pull out some expatriate staff and suspend long-term development work in areas along the Afghan border.

(AP)

Pakistan Bombing

Nov. 2: Pakistani army troops position themselves away from the site of a bomb explosion outside a bank in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Monday. A homicide bombing occurred outside a bank near Pakistan's capital Monday, as the U.N. said spreading violence had forced it to pull out some expatriate staff and suspend long-term development work in areas along the Afghan border

(AP)

Pakistan Bombing

Nov. 2: A Pakistani army soldier keeps position next to ambulances parked at the site of a bomb explosion outside a bank in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Monday, Nov. 2, 2009. A homicide bombing occurred outside a bank near Pakistan's capital Monday, as the U.N. said spreading violence had forced it to pull out some expatriate staff and suspend long-term development work in areas along the Afghan border.

(AP)

Pakistan Bombing

Nov. 2: Pakistani rescue workers remove a body from the site of a bomb explosion outside a bank in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Monday, Nov. 2, 2009. A homicide bombing occurred outside a bank near Pakistan's capital Monday, as the U.N. said spreading violence had forced it to pull out some expatriate staff and suspend long-term development work in areas along the Afghan border.

(AP)

Pakistan Terror

A homicide bomber killed 35 people outside a bank near Pakistan's capital Monday, while the U.N. said spreading violence in the country had forced it to suspend long-term development work in the northwest regions along the Afghan border.

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