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Karachi, Pakistan -- March 3, 2013
1. Man going through rubble of bombing site in Karachi
2. Wide of building on fire
3. Med. Of building on fire
4. Wide of people carrying injured bombing victim
5. Wide of people going through rubble
6. Tilt up of people above going through debris
7. Med of people above going through debris
8. Med man on ground moving debris
9. Wide people on ground going through debris
10. Tight shot of debris on ground
11. Ambulances near bombing site
12. Wide shot of people working at bombing site
13. Med man weeping in back of ambulance
14. Wide of workers loading dead victim into ambulance
15. Wide of man with dog going through debris
16. Wide of people wheeling body covered by sheet at hospital
FRANTIC PAKISTANIS SIFTED THROUGH RUBBLE SEARCHING FOR SURVIVORS AFTER A CAR BOMB EXPLODED OUTSIDE A MOSQUE IN A SHIITE NEIGHBORHOOD -- KILLING DOZENS AND INJURING MORE THAN 140 OTHERS.
IT HAPPENED AS WORSHIPPERS WERE LEAVING EVENING PRAYERS AT THE MOSQUE.
NO GROUP IMMEDIATELY CLAIMED RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE BLAST, BUT SHIITE MUSLIMS -- A MINORITY IN PAKISTAN -- HAVE BEEN INCREASINGLY TARGETED BY SUNNI MILITANT GROUPS.
THAT'S ESPECIALLY TRUE IN KARACHI -- AN ECONOMIC HUB IN SOUTHERN PAKISTAN -- THAT HAS SEEN YEARS OF POLICE, SECTARIAN AND ETHNIC VIOLENCE.
SUNDAY'S BOMBING WAS THE THIRD LARGE SCALE ATTACK AGAINST SHIITE MUSLIMS IN PAKISTAN THIS YEAR.
TWO EARLIER ATTACKS HAVE KILLED NEARLY TWO HUNDRED SHIITES.
AS VICTIMS' RELATIVES GRIEVE -- MANY ARE ALSO ANGRY.
"WHERE IS THE GOVERNMENT?" - ONE WOMAN SAID.
"TERRORISTS ROAM FREE. NO ONE DARES TO CATCH THEM," SHE SAID.
SIGOUT - Carlotta Bradley/Associated Press