Deadly explosion near fuel station, killing at least 26 people
A bomb killed at least 23 people and wounded 26 when it exploded near a fuel station in Pakistan’s north-western Khyber region. Pakistan. 10th January 2012
Pakistani men shift an injured blast victim to a hospital following a bomb blast in Peshawar on January 10, 2012. A remote-controlled bomb blast killed 35 people and wounded more than 60 others in the deadliest attack in months in the Taliban-hit tribal region of northwest Pakistan. The explosion took place in a market in Jamrud, one of the towns of the troubled Khyber tribal region, which also used to serve as the main supply route for NATO forces operating in Afghanistan.Photo By Bilawal Arbab..
Pakistani security forces secured the area of explosion in Pakistani tribal area of Khyber near Peshawar, Pakistan on Tuesday, Jan 10, 2012. A bomb targeting a militia opposed to the Pakistani Taliban exploded in a market close to the Afghan border Tuesday, killing many people in the deadliest blast in the country in several months, officials said.Photo By Bilawal Arbab.