Two suicide bombers dressed in burqas struck a crowd of displaced people collecting aid handouts, killing at least 41 and wounding more than 50 yesterday at a camp in Pakistan.
The bombers struck minutes apart in the Kacha Pukha camp on the outskirts of the garrison city of Kohat, a registration centre for people fleeing Taliban violence and Pakistani army operations close to the Afghan border. Local police chief Dilawar Khan Bangash said the bombers walked into the crowd wearing burqas. Body parts of the bombers have been recovered. Most of the victims were members of the Mani Khel and Baramad Khel tribes.