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Six dead in Peshawar blast include seven-year-old child

35 injured as rush hour suicide bomb devastates north-western Pakistan city

19th January, 2016
The site of the blast. Pic: courtesy

At least nine people were killed and 35 injured in a suicide bomb attack in Pakistan's northwestern city of Peshawar, officials said.

The bomb exploded during a traffic jam in the Wazir Dhand district just outside city, on a road linking the Khyber tribal region and Peshawar.

The dead included a seven-year-old child and six of the injured were in serious condition.

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