At least 22 people died during a suicide attack executed near mosque in the northeast of Pakistan, a feud of the Islamist rebellion.
Local authorities informed that the assault was in the valley of Tirah, were recent confrontations have occurred between the army and a group of rebels that left a total of 33 fatalities, among them were 10 soldiers.
The valley is located in the tribal district of Jyber, which borders Afghanistan. The suicide bomber exploded him near the entrance of a mosque while the congregation left the building after the Friday prayers.
Recent reports informed that at least 20 people died and another 20 were injured after the blast. However the number of victims could increase. (AV)