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Pakistan: 35 killed in twin bombings

35 people were killed and 90 others injured in two explosions in the Pakistani city of Peshawar (North West)on Sunday, European media reported citing regional police.

“In total, 35 people were killed and 90 others injured in the explosions, ” said a local police chief, Ijaz Khan, adding that the two explosions occurred at four minutes apart.

The above information were reported 15 dead and 35 wounded in the attack.

 

The violence came just hours after the visit of Afghan President Hamid Karzai in Pakistan, particularly devoted to the fight against terrorism.

Previously, the Islamist fighters of the Taliban Movement of Pakistan promised to “avenge the martyrdom of Osama bin Laden, former leader of Al Qaeda, gunned down last May by U.S. Special Forces in his home near the Pakistani city of Abbottabad (North).

 

 

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