Supposed suicide bombs kill 7 at Pakistan Sufi site
Two supposed suicide bombers attacked the most much-loved Sufi shrine in Pakistan's main city Thursday, killing at least seven people, hurtful 65 others, and sending a stark prompt of the threat posed by Islamist militants to this U.S.-allied nation.

Angry mobs blazed tires and torched buses in the result of the bombings in Karachi.

The assault came amid tensions flanked by Washington and Islamabad over NATO helicopter incursions that have led Pakistan to close a key border journey used to ferry supplies to Western troops in Afghanistan. Despite U.S. regrets over the incursions, one of which left two Pakistani soldiers dead, Islamabad said Thursday it had yet to decide when to revive the crossing.

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