Islamabad, May 20 : At least ten people were wounded by a roadside bomb blast in the garrison town of Kohat in Pakistan's North West Frontier Province on Tuesday.
"Six paramilitary personnel and four civilians were wounded in the incident. It appears to have been caused by a remote-controlled improvised explosive device which was planted on the roadside," a police official said in Kohat.
Tuesday's blast was the third in the last three days. Earlier, 13 people were killed in a suicide attack on a bakery in Mardan on Sunday, while three more people died in a bomb blast outside a mosque in Bajaur Agency on Monday.