Ten people were killed and more than 15, including some women, injured in a suicide attack on a paramilitary check post in Pakistan's troubled northwest.
Quoting sources, The News said eight civilians and two troopers were killed when a suicide bomber blew himself at the Frontier Corps check post in the semi-tribal area of Darra Adam Khel in the North West Frontier Province (NWFP).
The injured have been shifted to Hyattabad Medical Complex, the second largest hospital in Peshawar.
Security forces have cordoned off the area after the blast.
Darra Adam Khel is located between Peshawar and Kohat, very close to the Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA).
It is inhabited by Pashtuns of the Afridi Adam Khel clan from whom it takes its name.
The town consists of one main street lined with shops, with some alleys and side streets containing workshops that manufacture a wide variety of firearms.
The weapons are handmade by individual craftsmen using traditional manufacturing techniques, usually handed down from father to son.