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> At least 50 dead and dozens wounded after a bomb exploded at a hospital in Pakistan on Monday. Scenes of chaos, as people tried to flee. The blast targeting a group of over 100 mourners gathered in the emergency department of the hospital in the city of Quetta.
They were accompanying the body of a prominent lawyer who'd been shot dead earlier in the day. The dead and wounded are mainly journalists and lawyers. The motives for both attacks are unclear, but targeted killings have become increasingly common in Quetta, the capital of a province that's seen rising violence linked to a separatist insurgency.