Demonstrations attended by thousands to demand improved security and the government's attention entered the seventh day after Pakistani tribal town Parachinar was hit by twin bomb blasts which killed 75 people.
The multiple attacks involving suicide car bombings and gun attacks took place in south-western city of Quetta, north-western Parachinar town and southern Karachi city as Pakistanis prepare for Eid al-Fitr celebrations.
The blast happened as people gathered for Friday prayers near the women's entrance of a Shia mosque in the central bazaar of the northwestern town of Parachinar.
The blast took place at a busy vegetable market in the country's northwestern region along the Afghan border.
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