A car bomb at a market in northwest Pakistan has killed at least 15 people on Saturday, local security officials have said.
The target of the attack in the town of Darra Adam Khel appeared to be members of a pro-government group created to
fight the Taliban.
Security officials told the Reuters news agency that the death toll may rise because scores of people were wounded.
"The target was the local peace committee," said Shirin Gul, adding that nobody has yet claimed responsibility for the bombing.