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September 30, 2013

Car bomb in Peshawar

A historic street in Peshawar was demolished by a car bomb on Sunday, killing dozens of people. At the same time the country was coping with a deadly earthquake, three major attacks in Pakistan in the past week have killed at least 140 people. The increase in violence in Pakistan has come after recent discussions to work toward peace talks with militant groups. - Leanne Burden Seidel ( Note: Graphic content )( 17 photos total)

A Pakistani man carrying a child rushes away from the site of a blast shortly after a car exploded in Peshawar, Pakistan, Sept. 29. A car bomb exploded on a crowded street in northwestern Pakistan, killing scores of people in the third blast to hit the troubled city of Peshawar in a week, officials said. (Mohammad Sajjad/Associated Press)

A Pakistani man is comforted by another while mourning the death of a relative in a car bomb attack in Peshawar, Pakistan, Sept. 29. (Mohammad Sajjad/Associated Press) #

An injured man, right, waits for help at the site of a blast shortly after a car explosion in Peshawar, Pakistan, Sept. 29. (Mohammad Sajjad/Associated Press) #

A man cries over the death of his brother, who was killed in a bomb blast, at a hospital in Peshawar Sept. 29. Twin blasts in the northwestern Pakistan city of Peshawar killed 33 people and wounded 70 on Sept. 29, a week after two bombings at a church in the frontier city killed scores, police and hospital authorities said. (Fayaz Aziz/Reuters) #

Pakistani men carry an injured blast victim at the site of a bomb explosion in the busy Kissa Khwani market in Peshawar on Sept. 29. (Hasham Ahmed/AFP/Getty Images) #

An injured blast victim is moved through the halls on a stretcher at a hospital after a bomb explosion in Peshawar on Sept. 29. (A. Majeed/AFP/Getty Images) #

Pakistani men comfort a mourner at the site of a bomb explosion in the busy Kissa Khwani market in Peshawar on Sept. 29. (A. Majeed/AFP/Getty Images) #

Faisal, 11, who was helping in a fruit shop, suffered multiple injuries on his arms, legs and head during the car bomb explosions on Sept. 29. The boy is suffering from shock and is not speaking but often crying. (Bilawal Arbab/European Pressphoto Agency) #

Rescue workers help an injured victim at the scene of a bomb blast in Peshawar, the provincial capital of militancy-hit Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, Pakistan, Sept. 29. (Bilawal Arbab/European Pressphoto Agency) #

A man cries over the coffin of his brother, who was killed in a bomb blast, at a hospital in Peshawar Sept. 29. (Fayaz Aziz/Reuters) #

A man cries over the death of his son, who was a victim killed in one of the twin bomb blasts, at a hospital in Peshawar Sept. 29. (Fayaz Aziz/Reuters) #

A shopkeeper collects his belongings from the debris of a damaged building after it was hit by a bomb blast in Peshawar.The death toll from a car bomb explosion in an ancient market in Pakistan's northwestern city of Peshawar rose to at least 42 on Sept. 30, after the third attack in the area in a week. The blast ripped through the busy centuries-old market known as Quiswakhani, or the storytellers' bazaar, in Peshawar's old city on Sept. 29, exactly a week after more than 80 Christians were killed in a twin suicide bomb attack on a nearby church. (Fayaz Aziz/Reuters) #

A boy looks out of a shattered window of a shop that was damaged by a bomb blast in Peshawar, Pakistan, Sept. 30. Car bomb explosions on Sept. 29 killed at least 42 people at a market street near a police station in the north-western Pakistani city, officials said. It was the third attack in a week in Peshawar. More than 100 people were injured by the explosion. (Arshad Arbab/European Pressphoto Agency) #

Pakistani relatives and residents carry the coffins of bomb victims during a funeral procession in Shabqader on Sept. 29. (A. Majeed/AFP/Getty Images) #

A Pakistani trader removes debris from his shop that was damaged by a bomb blast in Peshawar,Pakistan, Sept. 30. (Arshad Arbab/European Pressphoto Agency) #

Pakistani security officials and volunteers gather at the site of a bomb explosion in the Kissa Khwani market in Peshawar on Sept. 29. (A. Majeed/AFP/Getty ) #

Pakistani shopkeepers read the Quran for people who lost their lives in a car explosion in Peshawar, Pakistan, Sept. 30. A deadly car bomb exploded on a crowded street in northwestern Pakistan Sept. 29 in the third blast to hit the troubled city of Peshawar in a week, officials said. (Mohammad Sajjad/Associated Press) #
 
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