A bomb has killed at least 29 people and wounded 37 after it exploded near a bus terminal in Pakistan's northwestern Khyber region, one of the restive tribal areas where insurgents are battling government forces
(REUTERS) Peshawar - "It was a huge blast and caused damage to a number of vehicles at (a) bus terminal," said Khyber tribesman Khan Zaman from the Jamrud bazaar, around 25 km (15 miles) west of the city of Peshawar.
Government officials in the area said 29 people were killed and 37 wounded, at least 20 of whom are in critical condition.
Tribesman said members of the pro-government Zakhakhel tribal militia were the target of the attack. Members of the militia -- or "lashkar" -- were filling their vehicles at the station when the bomb exploded.