Train attacked in Quetta, four dead

Published January 6, 2013
A Pakistani man helps an injured train passenger girl at a hospital after an attack on the Jaffar Express train, in Quetta on early Sunday morning 6, 2012. – Photo by AFP
A Pakistani man helps an injured train passenger girl at a hospital after an attack on the Jaffar Express train, in Quetta on early Sunday morning 6, 2012. – Photo by AFP
Pakistani men shift an injured train passenger at a hospital after an attack on the Jaffar Express train. – Photo by AFP
Pakistani men shift an injured train passenger at a hospital after an attack on the Jaffar Express train. – Photo by AFP
A Pakistani man looks through a broken mirror on the Jaffar Express train after an attack at a railway station in Quetta. – Photo by AFP
A Pakistani man looks through a broken mirror on the Jaffar Express train after an attack at a railway station in Quetta. – Photo by AFP
A Pakistani man walks past a broken mirror on the Jaffar Express train after an attack at a railway station in Quetta
A Pakistani man walks past a broken mirror on the Jaffar Express train after an attack at a railway station in Quetta
Passengers are seen through a broken window of a train which was attacked by gunmen, at a railway station in Quetta January 6, 2013. Four people were killed and around a dozen were injured after armed militants attacked the passenger train in the Bolan district of Balochistan on Saturday night, according to local media. – Photo by Reuters
Passengers are seen through a broken window of a train which was attacked by gunmen, at a railway station in Quetta January 6, 2013. Four people were killed and around a dozen were injured after armed militants attacked the passenger train in the Bolan district of Balochistan on Saturday night, according to local media. – Photo by Reuters

Armed militants attacked a passenger train and killed four people including a FC personnel and injured around a dozen in Bolan district of Balochistan on Saturday night, an official said.  - Photos by Agencies

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