#AceNewsServices – ISLAMABAD – April 25 – A bomb targeting security forces killed three people and wounded 25 others in Pakistan’s south-west, officials said.
The bomb, which was rigged to a bicycle, exploded near a group of soldiers and police patrolling in a vehicle in Quetta, capital of Balochistan province.
“At least three people including two policemen were killed and 25 others wounded in the blast,” Samiullah Soomro, a senior local police official, told AFP news agency.
He said eight of the wounded, including six policemen and two Frontier Constabulary officials, were in a critical condition.
Zahid bin Maqsood, a senior local administration official, also confirmed the incident and casualties.
No one has claimed responsibility for the attack.
A powerful bomb exploded Friday in an up-scale residential area of southern Pakistan, killing at least four people, authorities said.
The attack in the neighbourhood of Clifton in Karachi, the capital of southern Sindh province, also wounded 25 people.
The bomb badly damaged several vehicles and a nearby multi-story building.
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