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Pakistani city struggles with violence

Shia Hazaras of Quetta try to come to terms with tragedy as police hunt perpetrators of Quetta's latest carnage.
Last Modified: 22 Feb 2013 20:18

In Quetta, two people have been killed and four arrested during a shoot-out.

The deaths came from a confrontation between police and suspects connected the bombing of the Hazara town enclave last week that killed more than 80 Shia Muslims in Balochistan province.

Al Jazeera's Imtiaz Tyab reports how Quetta's residents are trying to come to terms with the ongoing violence in the provincial capital.

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