PESHAWAR: Twin bombs apparently planted outside a house in Peshawar on early Friday morning. As per details, two blasts occurred outside a house in Peshawar’s Dawood Zai area early Friday morning. The back to back blast partially damaged the house. However, no casualty was reported in the blasts. As per initial reports, the low intensity bombs were planted outside the house. Soon after the blasts, police and rescue officials rushed to the site and cordoned off the area. The provincial metropolis which is bordering the tribal area of Khyber Agency has braved some of the worst attacks during the height of Taliban militancy in the province and the tribal areas. Though, the peace has largely been restored in Peshawar and other areas of the province following the Operation Zarb-e-Azab and ongoing operation Rad-ul-Fasaad, sporadic incidents of blast and other terror incidents still occurred.
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