4 killed in blast in NW Pakistan
At least four persons were killed Saturday in a car bomb blast in Dera Ismail Khan in northwestern Pakistan, Xinhua reported.
The private Geo TV quoted police sources as saying that the suicide bomber was present in the car, who wanted to reach some targeted place. Bomb disposal squad has been called.
Dera Ismail Khan is a town in the North West Frontier Province, where 30 people were killed and over 150 others were injured Friday when a suicide bomber attacked the funeral procession of the caretaker of an Imambargah.
The caretaker, Sher Zaman, was killed Thursday by gunmen in a busy market. Two more people were killed in riots which broke out after the attack. The army was called in and a "shoot-on-sight" order was issued.