Shiite Muslims in Pakistan are angrily demanding protection from the government after a wave of attacks left about 120 people dead on Thursday. Two blasts targeted Shiites in the city of Quetta.
One of those who died there was human rights activist Irfan Ali, who was immediately mourned by fellow activists on Twitter.
Anchor Jeb Sharp speaks with Marvi Sirmed, a human rights activist in Islamabad and friend of Irfan Ali.
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