Bombers killed up to six people on Thursday in Peshawar, where a suicide attacker blew herself up and roadside explosives struck a personnel vehicle, officials said. In the prototypic deadly attacks since the act of Ramdan, a class threw a transfer grenade at a police checkpost, and then blew herself up, senior police authorised Shafqat Malik told AFP.
"Her dress did not increase completely. She was killed and added oriental was also killed and trine policemen were wounded," Malik said.
"It is confusing whether the otherwise caucasian was also an wrongdoer or honourable a passer-by. Around viii kilograms of detonating real and shot bearings were utilised in this attack," the police officer said.
The explosion struck just meters from the site of an earlier attack that killed four policemen and a child in the Lahori Gate area of Peshawar.
"At least four policemen and a schoolchild have been killed in the attack," said Muhammad Faisal, a senior police official in the area.
He said that 18 other policemen are injured.
"The police van was carrying 20 policemen," said Imtiaz Shah, another police official, adding the vehicle was wrecked in the blast and a group of schoolboys were at the site when the bomb exploded.
"A 12-year-old boy has also been killed in the incident," he said. Witness Mohabbat Khan, 45, told AFP that volunteers helped police evacuate the casualties after the attack.