Four killed in Pakistan bombing
Islamabad: At least four people were killed on Sunday and 10 injured, including women and children, when a car bomb exploded in Pakistan`s southwest city of Quetta, media reports said.
The blast took place around noon when an explosives laden car, parked in the Faizabad residential colony, was set off by a remote controlled device, Xinhua reported, citing the Urdu TV channel Dunya.
One house was razed to ground and two others damaged.
Some people are feared to be buried under the rubble, and rescuers are combing through the debris.
No group has claimed responsibility for the blast.
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