Bomb injures 10 on bus |

Bomb injures 10 on bus

KARACHI — A bomb exploded on a bus Saturday in Pakistan’s southern port city of Karachi. At least 10 were wounded, a senior police official said.

The blast damaged the bus, which was carrying at least 30 people as it moved through the city’s business district, said Zulifqar Ali, a spokesman for the Edhi Foundation, Pakistan’s main emergency-relief agency.

At least three of the wounded were in critical condition last night, the foundation said.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility, and police said they have no information on who was behind the explosion.

“So far we only know that 10 people have been wounded in a bomb explosion on a bus,” Deputy Inspector General police Tariq Jamil said last night.

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