Pakistani mourners carry the caskets of two brothers and fellow police officers, who were killed in a Monday suicide bombing, for funeral prayers in Lahore, Pakistan, Tuesday, July 25, 2017. (AP Photo/K.M. Chaudary)
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Anger was growing in Pakistan Tuesday as the grief-stricken relatives of 26 people killed by a suicide bomber in Lahore a day earlier buried their loved ones and demanded the government publicly hang the masterminds of the attack.Lahore has been hit by significant militant attacks in Pakistan's more than decade-long war on extremism, but they have been less frequent in recent years.The country was also hit by a wave of attacks in February this year, including a bomb that killed 14 people in Lahore.More than 150 people, most of them children, died in the Taliban-led assault in the northwestern city of Peshawar -- the country's deadliest ever single attack.
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