Five injured in a bomb blast in Pakistan
At least five persons, including a police man and an employee of a secret agency were injured in a bomb blast in north-west Pakistan on Friday, police said.
The bomb was planted outside a cycle shop near a police station in the town of Srai Nurang and exploded with a huge bang creating panic among the people in the town, they said.
No group has claimed the responsibility of the blast, they said.
A prayer leader of the mosque was also among those injured in the blast.
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