Relatives grieve as hospital staff move the bodies of policemen, killed in a shootout with unidentified gunmen, from a hospital morgue in Quetta, Pakistan June 6, 2015. REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed
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Gunmen killed five people after storming two tea shops belonging to the Hazara Shiite Muslim community in Pakistan's southwestern city of Quetta on Sunday, police said.Sectarian violence -- in particular by Sunni hardliners against Shiites, who make up roughly 20 percent of Pakistan's 200 million people -- has claimed thousands of lives in the country over the past decade.In the latest bloodshed, 45 Shiite Ismaili were massacred in the southern city of Karachi in May in the first attack in the country claimed by ISIS.
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