Blast kills two kids in Pakistan's Peshawar

15:53, May 12, 2010      

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Injured girls are treated at a hospital in northwest Pakistani city Peshawar, May 12, 2010. Two children were killed during the explosion in the Khazana area of Peshawar on Wednesday, local TV channels reported. (Xinhua/Saeed Ahmad)

Two children were killed Wednesday in a hand grenade blast at a home in the Khazana area of Peshawar in the northwest province of Pakistan, local TV channels reported.

The reports said some unknown person threw a hand grenade into a house near a market, killing two children and injuring two others.

The injured children have been rushed to a nearby hospital for treatment.

Police cordoned off the area and started investigation.


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