Pakistani Christians protest over bloody church bombing
PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AFP) - Angry Christians protested across Pakistan on Monday to demand better protection after a devastating double suicide bombing at a church killed more than 80 people.
The attack on All Saints church in the north-western city of Peshawar after a service on Sunday is believed to be the deadliest ever to target the country's small Christian minority.
Christians demonstrated in towns and cities across Pakistan, including Islamabad, Lahore, Karachi and Peshawar, against the violence and demanded the authorities do more to protect them.
A Muslim man was killed in Karachi when scuffles broke out at a Christian protest outside a mosque, police said.