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Protests were held in Karachi and Islamabad on Sunday, as angry residents demanded government protection from an onslaught ...
of attacks against Shiite Muslims, a day after at least 81 people were killed in a massive bombing in Quetta. (Feb. 17)
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DURATION: 1:14-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:AP Television - AP Clients Only Karachi, Pakistan - Feb. 17, 20131. Mid of women's protest, chanting slogans against the killing of Shiite Muslims2. Close up of a girl chanting slogan 3. Mid of woman protester holding placard, reads (English): "Stop Shia Killing..." AP Television -- AP Clients Only Quetta, Pakistan - Feb. 16, 20134. Mid of woman being wheeled on stretcher into hospitalGEO NEWS -- COURTESY - AP CLIENTS ONLYQuetta, Pakistan -- Feb. 16, 20135.Various of bomb sceneAP Television - AP Clients OnlyKarachi, Pakistan - Feb. 17, 20136. Wide of men's protest, chanting slogans, holding anti-violence and anti-terrorism banners7. Mid of protesters chanting slogans, banner reads (Urdu): "What was the fault of victims of the Quetta bombing and the killing of the Shiite community?" 8. Various of burning bus set on fire during the protest against the suicide bomb attack in Quetta 9. Mid of truck set alight during the protestAP Television - AP Clients OnlyIslamabad, Pakistan - Feb. 17, 201310. Low angle wide of Shiite Muslims marching, carrying placards and flags11. Mid of protesters chanting slogansAP Television -- AP Clients Only Quetta, Pakistan - Feb. 16, 201312. Various shots of victims in body bags at hospital13. Various of victims' relatives entering hospital and in corridorAP Television - AP Clients OnlyIslamabad, Pakistan - Feb. 17, 201314. Mid of protesters flags as they march towards the presidential palace15. Mid of women protesters marchingVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:ANGRY RESIDENTS DEMANDED GOVERNMENT PROTECTION FROM ATTACKS AGAINST SHIITE MUSLIMS SUNDAY.......ONE DAY AFTER A BOMB IN A MARKET IN A SHIITE NEIGHBORHOOD IN SOUTHWESTERN PAKISTAN KILLED MORE THAN 80 PEOPLE.MORE THAN 160 PEOPLE WERE WOUNDED IN SATURDAY'S BLAST.THE CARNAGE HAS UNDERLINED THE PRECARIOUS SITUATION FOR SHIITES LIVING IN A MAJORITY SUNNI COUNTRY....WHERE MANY EXTREMIST GROUPS DON'T CONDIDER THE SHIITES REAL MUSLIMS.IN KARACHI SUNDAY.....ANGRY PROTESTERS SET FIRE TO THREE VEHICLES AS HUNDREDS GATHERED IN THE CITY CENTER TO RESPOND TO SATURDAY'S SECTARIAN ATTACK.HUNDREDS ALSO GATHERED IN PAKISTAN'S CAPITAL....ISLAMABAD.....AND MARCHED TOWARD THE PRESIDENTIAL PALACE TO PROTEST ATTACKS TARGETING SHIITE NEIGHBORHOODS.A SUNNI EXTREMIST GROUP HAS CLAIMED RESPONSIBILITY FOR SATURDAY'S ATTACK.SUNDAY -- THE GOVERNOR OF THE PROVINCE WHERE THE ATTACK TOOK PLACE SAID THE BOMBING WAS THE RESULT OF A SECURITY FAILURE.HE SAID SECURITY OFFICIALS ARE TOO SCARED OF RETRIBUTION BY EXTREMISTS TO DO THEIR JOB. SIGOUT - Name/Associated Press