At least 15,000 Shi'ite Muslims took to the streets in south-west Pakistan today in a second day of protests following a bombing that killed 89 people.
Relatives of the victims refused to bury their loved ones until the army takes action against the killers.
Protests were held in over half a dozen cities in addition to Quetta, where Saturday's attack took place.
Meanwhile, militants wearing suicide vests and disguised as policemen attacked the office of the top official for the Khyber tribal area, killing five tribal policemen and one civilian in Peshawar.
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