String of bombings kill 101, injure 200 in Pakistan
At least a hundred people have been killed in bombings in two Pakistani cities in one of the country's bloodiest days in recent years.
More than two hundred people have been reportedly injured and the death toll is expected to rise.
Most of the fatalities were in Quetta, where two coordinated explosions killed at least 69 people and injured more than 100.
According to local residents, the first attack, in a crowded snooker hall, was a suicide bombing.
The second attack, ten minutes later, was a car bomb explosion.
In another incident, 21 were killed in a bombing in Mingora, the largest city in the northwestern province of Swat.
A Taliban spokesman has said they were not responsible for the attacks.