At least two killed, seven injured by bomb blast in Pakistan's restive Balochistan province

The blast occurred near the football club in Panjgur's Essai area on Saturday, police said. The seven injured have been admitted to a local hospital, Samaa News reported

Press Trust of India December 27, 2020 21:52:06 IST
At least two killed, seven injured by bomb blast in Pakistan's restive Balochistan province

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Karachi: At least two people were killed and seven injured in a bomb blast near a football club in Pakistan's restive Balochistan province, police said.

The blast occurred near the football club in Panjgur's Essai area on Saturday, killing two people, police said.

The seven injured have been admitted to a local hospital, Samaa News reported.

 

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