Pakistan election convoy bombing kills four: Officials

QUETTA (AFP) - A roadside bomb struck an election convoy of Pakistan's main opposition party on Tuesday, killing four people, police and officials said, the third deadly attack on political targets in as many days.

The blast in restive south-western Baluchistan hit a campaign convoy of the provincial president of the Pakistan Muslim League-N, killing his son, brother, nephew and their guard, officials said.

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