A bomb blast on Friday killed seven people at a pro-Palestinian rally in Southwest Pakistan, police said.
The bomb, which was attached to a motorcycle, targeted the vehicle of the leader of the hardline religious party that had organized the event, local police chief Jafar Khan told Reuters by phone.
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It exploded as people were dispersing at the end of the rally in Chaman city near the Afghan border, he said.