On Friday, June 23, in Northwest Pakistan, unidentified terrorists had carried out several terrorist attacks.
According to Reuters, 13 people were killed in a car bomb explosion in Quetta. Another 15 people were killed in a double bombing in the city Parachinar: explosions thundered in the local market Turi with a small interval.
No terrorist group has yet claimed responsibility for the bombings. However, Pakistani authorities believe that the terrorist attacks are the cell «Jamaat al-Arar» associated with the Taliban, and the militants of the «Islamic state».