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Pakistan Shi'ites to bury bomb victims after meeting PM

A girl from the Shi'ite Hazara community gestures as she attends a funeral ceremony of the victims who were killed three days ago by a bomb blast in Quetta January 14, 2013. Shi'ite Muslims agreed on Monday to begin burying nearly 100 of their people killed in one of Pakistan's deadliest sectarian attacks after Pakistan's Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf said he would comply with their demands to sack the local government. REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed

A girl from the Shi'ite Hazara community gestures as she attends a funeral ceremony of the victims who were killed three days ago by a bomb blast in Quetta January 14, 2013. Shi'ite Muslims agreed on Monday to begin burying nearly 100 of their people...more

A girl from the Shi'ite Hazara community gestures as she attends a funeral ceremony of the victims who were killed three days ago by a bomb blast in Quetta January 14, 2013. Shi'ite Muslims agreed on Monday to begin burying nearly 100 of their people killed in one of Pakistan's deadliest sectarian attacks after Pakistan's Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf said he would comply with their demands to sack the local government. REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed
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Activists from various non-governmental organizations (NGOs) hold placards and banners during a protest against the twin bomb attacks and target killing of Shiite Muslims in Quetta, in Lahore January 14, 2013. Shi'ite Muslims agreed on Monday to begin burying nearly 100 of their people killed three days ago in one of Pakistan's deadliest sectarian attacks after Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf said he would comply with their demands to sack the local government. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza

Activists from various non-governmental organizations (NGOs) hold placards and banners during a protest against the twin bomb attacks and target killing of Shiite Muslims in Quetta, in Lahore January 14, 2013. Shi'ite Muslims agreed on Monday to...more

Activists from various non-governmental organizations (NGOs) hold placards and banners during a protest against the twin bomb attacks and target killing of Shiite Muslims in Quetta, in Lahore January 14, 2013. Shi'ite Muslims agreed on Monday to begin burying nearly 100 of their people killed three days ago in one of Pakistan's deadliest sectarian attacks after Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf said he would comply with their demands to sack the local government. REUTERS/Mohsin Raza
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Women from the Shi'ite Hazara community gather to attend the funeral ceremony of victims who were killed three days ago by a bomb blast in Quetta January 14, 2013. Shi'ite Muslims agreed on Monday to begin burying nearly 100 of their people killed in one of Pakistan's deadliest sectarian attacks after Pakistan's Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf said he would comply with their demands to sack the local government. REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed

Women from the Shi'ite Hazara community gather to attend the funeral ceremony of victims who were killed three days ago by a bomb blast in Quetta January 14, 2013. Shi'ite Muslims agreed on Monday to begin burying nearly 100 of their people killed in...more

Women from the Shi'ite Hazara community gather to attend the funeral ceremony of victims who were killed three days ago by a bomb blast in Quetta January 14, 2013. Shi'ite Muslims agreed on Monday to begin burying nearly 100 of their people killed in one of Pakistan's deadliest sectarian attacks after Pakistan's Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf said he would comply with their demands to sack the local government. REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed
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Afghan Shiite Muslims gather to protest against Thursday's twin bomb attacks in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta, in Kabul January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail

Afghan Shiite Muslims gather to protest against Thursday's twin bomb attacks in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta, in Kabul January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail

Afghan Shiite Muslims gather to protest against Thursday's twin bomb attacks in the southwestern Pakistani city of Quetta, in Kabul January 14, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail
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A woman from the Shi'ite Hazara community mourns her relatives, who were killed three days ago by a bomb blast, during their funeral in Quetta January 14, 2013. Shi'ite Muslims agreed on Monday to begin burying nearly 100 of their people killed in one of Pakistan's deadliest sectarian attacks after Pakistan's Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf said he would comply with their demands to sack the local government. REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed

A woman from the Shi'ite Hazara community mourns her relatives, who were killed three days ago by a bomb blast, during their funeral in Quetta January 14, 2013. Shi'ite Muslims agreed on Monday to begin burying nearly 100 of their people killed in...more

A woman from the Shi'ite Hazara community mourns her relatives, who were killed three days ago by a bomb blast, during their funeral in Quetta January 14, 2013. Shi'ite Muslims agreed on Monday to begin burying nearly 100 of their people killed in one of Pakistan's deadliest sectarian attacks after Pakistan's Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf said he would comply with their demands to sack the local government. REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed
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