"Two rockets hit a Shiite Muslim mosque on Monday in the northwestern Pakistan city of Bannu, wounding 11 people, two seriously [...] Anti-government Islamic militants have fired rockets at military and government installations in Bannu in the past, but the targeting of the mosque suggests a sectarian motive. In the past three days, at least two suicide bombers in northwestern Pakistan have detonated explosives near Shiite gatherings for Ashoura. No group has claimed responsibility, but Sunni Muslim extremists are suspected."
"At least thirteen people, including two senior police officials were killed and another sixty sustained injuries in suicide attack in Peshawar, capital of the Northwestern Frontier Province (NWFP), tonight.
Provincial law minister Malik Zafar Azam confirmed 13 fatalities in the attack that took place almost an hour ahead of the start of a Shiite mourning process in Dhaki Dalgaran Bazar of densely populated Qissa Khuwani area.
He said that majority of those killed and injured in the blast were police and law enforcement officials, who were deployed in the area to provide security cover to the mourning procession [...]
''Local authorities found leather jacket and body parts including legs of the suspected suicide bomber from site of the attack, which have been sent to a laboratory for DNA test,'' officials said." [...]
This is the second act of terror since yesterday. A suicide attack near parking area of Marriott hotel in Islamabad had killed both the bomber and a security guard."