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July 17, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
The death toll from a bomb that ripped through a crowded Pakistani passenger train rose to 10 people, railway officials and doctors said. Another 30 were injured, they said. No one claimed responsibility for the explosion on the train, which was bound for the southern city of Karachi, and police said they had no suspects. The train was pulling out of the station in Hyderabad, about 100 miles northeast of Karachi, when the bomb went off in a rear railway car, officials said.
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July 17, 2000 | From Times Wire Reports
The death toll from a bomb that ripped through a crowded Pakistani passenger train rose to 10 people, railway officials and doctors said. Another 30 were injured, they said. No one claimed responsibility for the explosion on the train, which was bound for the southern city of Karachi, and police said they had no suspects. The train was pulling out of the station in Hyderabad, about 100 miles northeast of Karachi, when the bomb went off in a rear railway car, officials said.
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