At Least 43 Killed After Multiple Bombings In Afghanistan

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A U.S. soldier looks through a pair of binoculars on his rifle as he patrols the Jaji district of the southeastern Paktia province, near the Afghan-Pakistan border January 28, 2008.

Three different parts of Pakistan were hit by bombings, killing at least 43 people, according to a report

Two explosions occurred in Quetta, the capital of southwest Baluchistan, near a Shiite mosque, killing 22 people, the A.P. reported. Two women and several minors were among those killed.

The attacks came as the prime minister of the U.K. visited the capital to pledge his support in the fight against extremism.  

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