Pakistan attack: Bomb 'kills three' in Peshawar
At least three people have been killed in a bomb attack in Peshawar in north-west Pakistan, officials say.
Nine others were injured in the blast which took place in the morning near the city's railway station.
Officials said a convoy of the paramilitary Frontier Corps (FC) was the apparent target.
Peshawar has borne the brunt of militant attacks in recent years but violence has dropped dramatically since a military offensive in June.
If the convoy is confirmed as the target it would be the first major attack on the military in Peshawar since the assault was launched against militants in their stronghold of North Waziristan.
The BBC's M Ilyas Khan in Islamabad says grenade attacks and targeted killings have already resumed in the city.
Peshawar police chief Ijaz Khan told the media that 45kg of explosives had been packed in a vehicle which was remotely exploded.
Mushtaq Ghani, information minister for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of which Peshawar is the capital, said a woman was among the three dead in the blast.
Television pictures showed the charred and twisted frame of an Frontier Corps vehicle which was still on fire.
Reports said one FC soldier was among those killed.
The dead woman was said to be travelling in an auto-rickshaw which was also hit by the explosion, and parts of its engine were strewn across the road.