People look at a bus with blood-stained seats targeted by attackers in Karachi, Pakistan, May 13, 2015. (AP/Tariq Saleem)
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Gunmen on motorcycles boarded a bus and opened fire on commuters in Pakistan's volatile southern city of Karachi Wednesday, killing at least 43, police said, and militants affiliated with ISIS claimed responsibility.Police Superintendent Najib Khan told Reuters there were six gunmen and that all the passengers were Ismailis, a minority Shiite sect.The group has links with the Pakistani Taliban and pledged allegiance to ISIS in November.Several Pakistani splinter groups have pledged allegiance to ISIS, and some individuals claim to have been to the Middle East to meet ISIS militants.At least 43 people were killed in the bus attack and 13 wounded, provincial police chief Ghulam Haider Jamali told media.Uzma Alkarim, a member of the Ismaili community, said the bus took commuters to work every day.
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