Twin bomb blasts injure two in Pakistan
Two bomb explosions outside two police stations in the Pakistani city of Karachi have left two people injured, a report says.
The two blasts went off outside two police stations situated in the city's busiest area Lee Market and Malir, a Press TV correspondent reported on Monday.
The First blast occurred outside Eidgah police station of Lee Market, while the second blast took place near Shah Latif police station of Malir area.
Police, law enforcement agencies and rescue teams rushed to the area and cordoned off the areas.
The injured have been rushed to hospital where they are said to be in stable condition.
In a separate incident on Sunday, police in Pakistan's northwestern town of Karak found four bullet-riddled bodies with notes from militants in their pockets outside the city.
The slain people were allegedly spying for Indian and Jewish intelligence agencies.
Also a roadside bomb attack in the upper Kurram Agency in northwestern Pakistan left one person killed on Saturday.
Nearly 4,000 people have so far been killed in militant attacks throughout Pakistan since July 2007, reports say.