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  • 巴基斯坦集市遭自杀式袭击 20人死亡

    A deadly bomb blast has struck a busy market on the outskirts of Pakistan's capital, Islamabad, killing at least 20 people, police and medics say.

    巴基斯坦首都伊斯兰堡郊区一个热闹的市场发生自杀式炸弹袭击事故,造成至少20人死亡。
     
    The high intensity blast at the fruit and vegetable market left as many as 100 injured, reports say.
     
    A spokesman for the Pakistani Taliban has denied involvement. No other group has claimed responsibility.
     
    There is currently a ceasefire between the Pakistani Taliban and the government as part of peace efforts.
     
    Pakistani Prime Minister, Nawaz Sharif, condemned Wednesday's bombing.
     
    He said it was an effort by Pakistan's enemies to destabilise the country, but that the government would remain resolute in its efforts for peace, according to his office.
     
    Crater
     
    Latest reports from hospitals in the area say as many as 100 people were injured in the blast.
     
    An AFP reporter at the scene said the blast caused a 1.5m-wide (5ft) crater in the ground, which was littered with body parts.
     
    The bombing reportedly happened in the Sabzi Mandi area of the capital about 08:00 local time (03:00 GMT), one of the busiest times of day for the wholesale fruit and vegetable market.
     
    Local reporters say the explosives were hidden in boxes of fruit, although this has not yet been confirmed.
     
    The blast comes a day after 13 people were killed in a bomb attack by separatists in Balochistan province. The long-running insurgency(叛乱,暴动) in Balochistan is separate to the Taliban campaign which has raged inside Pakistan since 2008.
     
    Except for an attack on a courthouse last month, the Pakistani capital has been relatively peaceful in recent times, says the BBC's Mike Wooldridge in Islamabad.
     
    Eleven people were killed in the assault on the judicial complex, for which a splinter group of the Pakistani Taliban admitted responsibility.
     
    The casualty toll in the latest attack would make it the deadliest in the capital since the bombing of the Marriott Hotel in 2008, our correspondent adds.
     
    There is currently a truce between the Pakistani Taliban and the government as talks are under way to find an end to the insurgency.
     
    The peace talks were a key campaign pledge for Mr Sharif before he was elected to office for a third time last year.

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