Pakistan: 20 people injured in a recent bomb blast
A bomb blast took place in a sweet shop located in a crowded market located in the Kohlu district of Balochistan on Friday.
Karachi: In Pakistan’s unrest-ridden Balochistan province, a bomb blast on Friday damaged a shop in a busy market, injuring at least 20, according to police. The incident took place in a sweet shop inside a busy market in Balochistan’s Kohlu district.
The explosion had happened in a candy store that was part of a busy market in Kohlu town’s main bazaar. According to a senior police official, 20 people have already sustained injuries, and each of them has been taken urgently to the local hospital.
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