Suicide bombers kills 31 in Pakistan
Sunday, July 15, 2007
On Sunday two separate suicide bombing attacks killed up to 31 people. The first attack took place when a police-army convoy was hit by two roadside bombs in the mountainous region near the Pakistani-Afghani border. The second bombing took place when a suicide bomber detonated in front of a police headquarters in Dera Ismail Kha killing 17 police recruits who were taking a test to join the local police force. Since the Red Mosque siege began there have been 67 people killed in bombing and shooting in Pakistan.
On Saturday 24 soldiers were killed when a suicide bomber crashed into two army vehicles in the town of Swat along the Afghani border. In that attack three civilians were killed 39 people were wounded most of them critically.
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