Bomb kills 15 in south-west Pakistan, 50 wounded
QUETTA (AP) - Pakistani police say a bombing at a vegetable market has killed 15 people and wounded 50 others in the country's south-west.
Senior police officer Wazir Khan Nasir said the bomb was detonated by remote control in a Shiite Muslim-dominated residential area of Quetta.
Women and children were among the victims, he said, adding that the death toll could rise.
Quetta is the capital of Baluchistan province, where the Shiite minority has been attacked several times in recent months.