Suicide bomber attacks Pak paramilitary force, 2 killed
A suicide bomber from the Pakistani Taliban militant group on Monday hit a vehicle carrying paramilitary force members, killing two, including a major, and injuring ten others in northwest Pakistan.
The suicide attacker with explosive-laden motorcycle hit the Frontier Constabulary (FC) convoy at a traffic signal in Peshawar’s Hayatabad area, police said.
Two Frontier Corps men, including a major, were killed in the attack, SSP Operation Sajjad Khan said.
Ten others, including passersby, were injured in the blast near Bagh-e-Naran chowk in Hayatabad.
Two vehicles that were part of the convoy were completely damaged in the blast.
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