Three killed, 28 injured in blast at Lahore market
The Morning Standard|January 21, 2022
A POWERFUL bomb blast on Thursday ripped through a crowded market where Indian commodities are sold in Pakistan’s cultural capital here, killing three persons and wounding 28 others, police said.

The blast took place near the Paan Mandi in the famous Anarkali market, where Indian commodities are sold.

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