ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - Two blasts hit a Sufi shrine in Pakistan's eastern city of Dera Ghazi Khan on Sunday, causing casualties, police said.
"The blasts took place one after another. There are casualties but I cannot give you any figure at the moment," Zawar Ali, a city police officer, told Reuters by telephone.
Muslim militants abhor the unorthodox Sufi interpretation of Islam and have attacked Sufi targets in Pakistan several times.
(Reporting by Kamran Haider; Editing by Andrew Marshall)