Peshawar, Dec 5: Yet another bomb blast shook Pakistan's Peshawar killing at least three people and injuring scores.
News reports on the latest terror attack suggest that the explosion triggered off by a powerful car bomb took place at around 11: 30 am on Saturday, Dec 5.
The target was a three-storey building called United Plaza where auto parts are sold. It is located in University Road, a crowded commercial area of the city.
Following the explosion a massive fire broke out at a building. The fire brigade was rushed it to douse the fire.
This comes after a Rawalpindi mosque was targetted by unidentified assailants. The attackers fired indiscriminately inside the mosque killing over 40 people during the Friday prayers on Friday, Dec 4.