In this Monday, June 30, 2013 photo, Pakistani Shiite Muslims from the Hazara community carry a dead body for burial following a suicide bombing which killed tens of people and left man

 

              In this Monday, June 30, 2013 photo, Pakistani Shiite Muslims from the Hazara community carry a dead body for burial following a suicide bombing which killed tens of people and left man
In this Monday, June 30, 2013 photo, Pakistani Shiite Muslims from the Hazara community carry a dead body for burial following a suicide bombing which killed tens of people and left many injured in Quetta, Pakistan. Suspected Islamic militants killed at least 160 people during the new Pakistani government's first month in office, fueling concern that the country's leaders lack a coherent strategy to fight the pervasive problem of violent extremism. The ruling Pakistan Muslim League-N party scored a resounding victory in national elections in May with a platform that promoted peace talks as the best way to quell a domestic Taliban insurgency that has killed thousands of people. But the plan quickly fell apart after the Taliban withdrew their offer to talk in response to a U.S. drone strike that killed the group's deputy leader at the end of May. The government has yet to articulate an alternate strategy, and in the meantime, the attacks keep coming.(AP Photo/Arshad Butt)