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Pakistan: IED blast in Quetta leaves a man hurt
Quetta: A man was hurt as an IED blast rocked a seminary near Satellite Town in Pakistan's Quetta region, media reports said on Thursday.
Police told Dawn News unidentified people parked a motorcycle rigged with an improvised explosive device in the Ishaqabad area and detonated the IED with remote control.
A passerby was hurt in the blast.
According to reports, window panes of some nearby shops and buildings were destroyed by the blast.
The injured person was shifted to Civil Hospital.
“Madressah Darul Uloom Sharia was the likely target of the blast,” police told Dawn News, adding that an investigation was under way.
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