We seriously weigh the pros and cons of publishing very graphic images like this one. We want to ensure that the news communicated and the moment captured are unique enough to warrant disturbing our viewers. In this case, we felt this image was unique in the immediacy of the scene captured -- the emergency workers hadn't arrived yet and the street was still on fire -- in addition to the context of the Bhutto posters which tell us why this attack happened. View and vote on all of The Week in Pictures selections: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/3842331/
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Dead bodies lie in front of burning vehicles and a poster of former Pakistani prime minister Benazir Bhutto after suicide attacks in Karachi, 18 October 2007. At least 125 people were killed, including 20 policemen, and nearly 400 people were injured by two bombs near former premier Benazir Bhutto's truck during her Pakistan homecoming parade.