ISLAMABAD: Police say a roadside bomb has hit a passenger bus in eastern Pakistan, killing at least six people and wounding several others.
Police official Rashid Ahmed says the attack happened Saturday near Kharian, a garrison town about 75 miles (125 kilometers) southeast of the capital, Islamabad.
The bus was en route to Kharian from the nearby city of Gujrat.
The attack comes a day after a double suicide bombing in the country's northwest killed 87 people.
The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for that attack and said it was revenge for the May 2 US raid in Pakistan that killed Osama bin Laden.
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