Freedom of speech takes another hit. In Lahore, Pakistan, a bomb that went off at a protest rally has killed at least eleven today, and wounded 58. As hundreds of pharmacists protested against amendments to drug sale laws, a motorcyclist plowed into the crowd, creating the blast. Fatalities include a senior police officer and a former provincial counterterrorism chief. The terror attack has been claimed by a Taliban faction, Jamaat-ul-Ahrar, with more details of fatalities and injuries yet to emerge.