A suicide bomber has killed at least eight people and wounded more than 30 in a suspected sectarian attack on a Pakistani hospital.
The bomber struck the hospital's emergency ward in the southwestern city of Quetta, where mourners and journalists had gathered for the arrival of the body of a Shi'ite bank manager killed in a drive-by shooting earlier in the day.
A television journalist and two senior police officials are among the dead.
Shi'ite Muslims are a minority in Pakistan, which is about 80 percent Sunni, and thousands of people have died in sectarian violence across the country in the past 30 years.
compiled from agency reports