Bomb on election office of NA-39 candidate leaves four dead

Bomb on election office of NA-39 candidate leaves four dead

Peshawar : Pakistan | Apr 27, 2013 at 11:02 PM PDT
Source: DAWN
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A bomb targeted the election office of NA-39 candidate Syed Noor Akbar Alam on Hangu road in Kacha Pakka village in Kohat region leaving at least four people dead and ten others injured.  The blast was heard across Kohat city and  caused damage to nearby buildings and parked cars. FULL ARTICLE AT DAWN
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