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Photo by: Ali Murtaza
People stand near a man injured from an explosion, at a local hospital in Pakistani tribal area of Parachinar, Monday, May 6, 2013. A bomb blast tore through a political rally held by an Islamist party in northwest Pakistan Monday, killing many people and wounding dozens more as the country’s already bloody election race gets even more dangerous ahead of the May 11 vote. (AP Photo/Ali Murtaza)

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