The death toll of the Rawalpindi blast in Pakistan rose to 23 as of Friday as 3 of the injured people during the incident died of their wounds in the hospital late Thursday. The blast occurred on Wednesday night when a suicide bomber blew himself up, in Karachi among a crowd of what is known as \"Moharram mourning procession\", leaving 20 dead, including the bomber himself, and injuring 65 others. Rescue teams arrived on the spot after receiving information about the blast and seized eight more hand grenades from the scene. Local media reported investigators were able to find clues including organs of the attacker’s body and finger prints to identify him. This incident coincides with Pakistan hosting a summit of developing eight countries (d-8) in Islamabad, attended by the leaders of Iran, Egypt, Turkey, Indonesia and other countries.