At least 22 people were killed and about 60 others wounded Sunday in a suicide attack targeting Shiites gathered at a community center outside the western Pakistani city of Quetta, media reports said.
The suicide bomber detonated his explosive charge in Hazara Town, killing people gathered outside the center, the Geo network reported.
An attack on security forces members near the northwestern city of Peshawar killed at least 16 people, including three children, and wounded 25 others earlier in the day.
The blast targeted several Frontier Corps vehicles in Badaber, deputy police inspector Jawed Marwat told the Dawn newspaper. EFE