Two suicide bomb attacks have struck near the heart of Pakistan's military in the city of Rawalpindi, killing 25 people and wounding nearly 70 others.
Army spokesman General Waheed Arshad said the first explosion Tuesday ripped through a bus carrying government defense workers.
Minutes later, a second bomb exploded at a nearby market.
General Arshad said that, so far, no one has claimed responsibility.
Rawalpindi is a garrison town near the Pakistani capital of Islamabad, and it is the army headquarters.
Pakistan has seen a surge of violence since early July, when government forces stormed a radical mosque in Islamabad. The government has blamed the attacks on supporters of the Taleban and al-Qaida extremists.
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