Two explosions minutes apart in the northwest Pakistani city of Peshawar have killed 34 people and injured nearly 100.
The blasts -- at least one of which was caused by a suicide bomber -- appear to have been timed to cause the highest number of casualties by luring rescuers to the scene of a smaller blast before a second, much larger bomb exploded.
The attackers struck just after midnight in an area of Peshawar that is home to political offices and army housing.
No group claimed responsibility, but the Pakistani Taliban has vowed revenge for the U.S. military raid in May that killed Osama bin Laden.
compiled from agency reports