At least 7 killed, several injured in NW Pakistan bomb attack

A security official shows a detonated grenade found at the site of a bomb attack in Quetta April 24, 2013. The bomb blast, which happened near a private hospital, injured at least 13 people, including two children in the city's Satellite Town area on Wednesday, according to local media. The explosive device, detonated with a remote control, was planted on a bicycle, the news report said. REUTERS/Naseer Ahmed (PAKISTAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW POLITICS)
At least seven people including five security personnel were killed and several others injured in a remote-controlled bomb attack in Pakistan’s northwest tribal area of Bajaur Agency, local Urdu media reported on Sunday.

According to the reports, the blast happened at about 12:30 p.m. local time when a roadside planted bomb hit a security forces’ vehicle in Loi Mamond area of Bajaur Agency, one of the seven tribal areas of the country stretching along the Pakistan-Afghan border.