Peshawar: Police in northwest Pakistan
apprehended five foreign militants wanted by security forces
for subversive activities, officials said on Tuesday.
District police chief Abdur Rashid Khan said the
militants, who were arrested in Hangu district of
Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province, were wanted for alleged
involvement in bomb attacks in Thall sub-division.
An expert in bomb-making and the suspected mastermind
of several blasts is among the arrested militants, he said.
Police seized a large quantity of explosives and
equipment used in bomb-making from the arrested men.