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PESHAWAR, Pakistan – A suicide car bomb devastated Pakistan's main spy agency building in the northwest Friday, killing at least 7 people and striking at the heart of the institution overseeing much of the country's anti-terror campaign.
The blast in Peshawar was the latest in a string of bloody attacks on security forces, civilian and Western targets since the government launched an offensive in mid-October against militants in the border region of South Waziristan, where al-Qaida and Taliban leaders are believed to be hiding out.
The early-morning blast, heard across the city, dest
The early-morning blast destroyed a building at the intelligence compound in the northwestern city of Peshawar, killing at least 11 people and wounded more than 60, the authorities said, in what has become a grimly familiar cycle of violence. An attack on a police station in a different area left as many as six dead.