Bomb at bus station in NW Pakistan kills 6: Police

The bomb exploded in the Jandool area of Lower Dir, near the Afghan border.

Khar: Police say a bomb blast at a bus station in northwest Pakistan has killed six people and wounded eight.

Police official Mohammad Gul says the remote-controlled device exploded on Monday in the Jandool area of Lower Dir, a district near the Afghan border.

No group immediately claimed responsibility. But al Qaeda, Taliban and other Islamist militant groups are active along Pakistan`s regions bordering Afghanistan, and have carried out many bombings in the area.
No group immediately claimed responsibility. But al Qaeda, Taliban and other Islamist militant groups are active along Pakistan`s regions bordering Afghanistan, and have carried out many bombings in the area.

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Dubai: The Arabic news channel Al-Jazeera says one of the network`s four reporters who were captured in Libya last month by pro-Gaddafi forces has been released. Three others remain held.

In a statement, Al-Jazeera says the journalist who has been released is Lotfi al-Massoudi of Tunisia. The four journalists from the Qatar-based network were captured in the western Libya 27 days ago, the statement says.

The three who are still being held in Libya are: Ahmed Vall Ouldeddin of Mauritania, Ammar al-Hamdan of Norway and Kamel al-Tallou of Britain.
While the network staff were "glad to see an end to the ordeal" of al-Massoudi, the statement called for an "immediate release" of his three colleagues.

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