Bomb kills 2 in southwestern Pakistan: Police
Police say a roadside bomb blast has killed two people and wounded 10 in southwestern Pakistan. Police official Mohammad Arif says Monday's explosion went off along a road near the airport in Quetta city, the capital of the southwestern province of Baluchistan.
Arif says the bomb was planted in a rickshaw parked along the road.
He says police are investigating whether it was a timed device or remote controlled.
Baluchistan has for years seen a low level insurgency by nationalist groups vying for greater share in the natural resources in the region.