Christians hold placards as they chant slogans to condemn Quetta Church attack during a protest in Peshawar, Pakistan December 17, 2017. REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz
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Two suicide bombers stormed a packed Christian church in southwestern Pakistan Sunday, killing more than nine people and wounding up to 56, officials said, in the latest attack claimed by Daesh (ISIS) in the country.Baluchistan police chief Moazzam Jah said there were nearly 400 worshippers in the church for the pre-Christmas service.Kal Alaxander, 52, was at the church with his wife and two children when the attack happened.Pakistan's army chief, Gen. Qamar Javed Bajwa, condemned the attack.
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