Many killed in Pakistan blasts

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Suspected twin suicide blasts have killed at least 50 people and injured many others at a government compound in northwest Pakistan, officials said. The target was the symbol of state authority the office of the political agent in Mohmand district, the top government official in this tribal region. The victims were pro-government tribal elders, local officials and police who were discussing the formation of an anti-Taliban alliance. Monday’s attack was the worst in Mohmand since July when a market bombing claimed by the Pakistani Taliban left over 50 people dead. The army has claimed successes in their operations, but acknowledge consolidating gains and stabilizing the areas are still a challenge. It is an ongoing war in the northwest, one that is proving difficult to win. Al Jazeera’s Zeina Khodr reports from Islamabad.

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