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Shi'ite Muslims prepare graves to bury victims killed in Saturday's bomb attack, during a funeral in Quetta February 20, 2013. Pakistani Shi'ites agreed to bury those killed in the most recent sectarian bombing, ending four days of protests, after the government said on Tuesday it had arrested 170 suspects linked to the attack. (Naseer Ahmed/REUTERS)

Shi'ite Muslims prepare graves to bury victims killed in Saturday's bomb attack, during a funeral in Quetta February 20, 2013. Pakistani Shi'ites agreed to bury those killed in the most recent sectarian bombing, ending four days of protests, after the government said on Tuesday it had arrested 170 suspects linked to the attack.

(Naseer Ahmed/REUTERS)

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