Blast kills two in Pakistan

A bomb has exploded next to a clinic in Pakistan's gas-rich Baluchistan province, killing at least two people and wounding 13.

    The bomb hit a town 300km north of Quetta in Baluchistan

    The attack happened on Friday in Barkhan, a town about 300km(180 miles) north of Quetta, said Hafiz Inayat Ullah, a police official.

     

    The dead and injured have been shifted to a hospital, where some of the injured are listed in a critical condition, he said.

     

    "The death toll may rise because some of the wounded are in critical condition".

     

    It was not immediately clear if the clinic was the bombers' target.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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