Suicide bombers kill 14 in a Christian community in Pakistan

What happened?
In Pakistan, two suicide bombers blew themselves up.
They killed at least 15 people.
They wounded at least 70 people.
"At least 78 people were wounded"
-- Dr. Muhammed Saeed Sohbin, medical superintendent at Lahore General Hospital
You can see a video from CNN here. Warning: it is very disurbing.
Where did the bombings happen?
The bombings happened in Pakistan ...
... in Lahore City ...
... in a neighborhood called Youhanabad.
Pakistan is mostly Muslim, but Youhanabad is mostly Christian.
It is one of the largest Christian communities in Pakistan.
What do we know about the bombings?
First, a man tried to get into St. John's Catholic Church.
A security guard said he could't go in.
He had explosives attached to his body.
He blew himself up.
A few minutes later, about half a mile away, outside a Protestant church ...
... another suicide bomber exploded.
Who was responsible for the bombings?
The Taliban in Pakistan said that they were responsible.
Ehsanullah Ehsan, a spokesman for the Pakistani Taliban, said that they were responsible.
"The attacks will continue until Sharia Law is implemented in Pakistan" -- Ehsanullah Ehsan
What happened next?
After the bombings, the Christians were very angry.
One man had been arrested by the police.
But the Christians took him away from the police.
They also found another man that they suspected.
They lynched both of the men.
They set both of their bodies on fire.
There were demonstrations throughout the city, and in other cities, like Karachi.
"The anger and grief shown by Christians strengthen our resolve to fight terrorism." -- Nawaz Sharif, Prime Minister of Pakistan