At least 41 people have been killed in a suspected suicide car bombing in Pakistan's Swat valley, officials say.
The attack took place in Pakistan's Shangla district, near the Swat valley in North West Frontier Province. According to witnesses, the bomber walked up to a military vehicle and triggered the detonator. Among those killed four soldiers.
According to official sources, the Taliban terrorists have claimed responsibility for the attack. In the area have stepped up attacks after last Saturday was the target of the Taliban military headquarters in Rawalpindi in Punjab province (east). Twenty people were killed.
In that attack, security forces managed to rescue 39 hostages who had taken the Taliban terrorists in an office building near the headquarters. The Home Office said the criminal network Al-Qaeda support provided to carry out that attack.