Two synchronised, remote-controlled bombs have ripped through a market popular with women in the eastern Pakistani city of Lahore, igniting a massive fire and killing at least 34 people, authorities said.
Another attack on Monday by a suicide bomber killed 10 in a north-western city, part of a wave of militants strikes in Pakistan as the army presses an offensive against a Taliban stronghold in the northwest close to the Afghan border.
About 100 people were wounded in the attacks in Lahore, which were apparently timed to take place when the Moon Market was as its busiest. The bombs exploded within 30 seconds of each other, leaving dozens of cars and shops ablaze late into the night.May their 72 goats in hell look like terrorist supporter Joey (Yousef-al-khattab) Cohen's fugly ole lady
Many of victims were women and children, including a dead two-year-old, a police officer said.