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At least 30 people were killed when two buses collided in a head-on crash in Pakistan.
Police said speeding on a dangerous curve seemed to be the cause of the accident in the Rahim Yar Khan district on Monday.
Women and children are among the dead and another 69 are thought to be injured.
Deadly road accidents are common in Pakistan, mainly because of bad road infrastructure and reckless driving habits.
Pakistan's Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif expressed "deep grief and sorrow over the loss of precious lives".
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At least six people are dead and over 150 injured after two trains collided in north-east Pakistan.
The Karachi-bound Awam Express crashed into a freight train near the city of Multan, Pakistan's Geo TV reported.
About 10 people are believed to have been badly injured in the crash.
There was a delay in the emergency response due to Eid holidays in Pakistan, a mainly Muslim nation of 190 million people.
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At least 12 people have been killed and 52 injured after two bombs were detonated outside a court in Pakistan.
The bombings took place in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in the northwestern area of the country.
So far we recovered 12 bodies of the lawyers, police personnel and civilians. Besides this, we rescued 52 injured, including lawyers, police personnel and civilians from the spot.
Pakistani militant group Jamaat-ur-Ahrar claimed responsibility for the attack.
Earlier on Friday morning militants opened fire on a Christian colony near Peshawar, leading to a shoot-out in which four terrorists and one Christian died.
Three security officials and two civilian guards were also wounded.
Local police official Shaukat Khan said four suicide bombers entered the Christian colony and one of them went into a church but no-one was there at the time. He added that one Christian in the colony was killed.