Two security men killed in northwest Pakistan blast
Two security men were killed and six wounded in a remote-controlled bomb attack on a police mobile in northwest Pakistan Wednesday, reported Xinhua.
The private TV channel GEO News quoted District Police Officer Bannu Iqbal Marwat as saying that unknown miscreants planted a remote-controlled bomb at the Bannu-Miranshah Road in Bannu tribal agency, and the bomb went off with a bang and hit a police mobile passing from the road.
The officer said the blast damaged the mobile and wounded eight security personnel. The injured were shifted to a district hospital where two security men succumbed to injuries.
No group has claimed responsibility of the blast.