Locals look through debris at the scene of a blast by a massive car bomb, which killed dozens in a used car market in Baghdad.
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Massive explosions ripped through an Iraqi used car market and a crowded Sufi shrine in southern Pakistan Thursday, killing a total of at least 124 people and wounding 200 in some of the deadliest attacks this year.Daesh (ISIS), the Middle East-based militant group which has a small but increasingly prominent presence in Pakistan, claimed responsibility for both attacks, the group's news agency AMAQ reported.The explosion occurred in the same area where a car bomb blast killed at least four people Tuesday.In Pakistan, a suicide bomber attacked a crowded Sufi shrine in the town of Sehwan Sharif.Most of Pakistan's myriad radical Sunni militant groups – including Daesh loyalists and the Pakistani Taliban's various factions – despise Sufis, Shiites and other religious minorities as heretics.
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