LAHORE, Pakistan (AP) - At least 43 people are now reported dead in a pair of suicide bombings targeting army vehicles in the Pakistani city of Lahore.
Police say about 100 others were injured. It's the fourth major attack in Pakistan this week.
Today's bombings took place in a residential and commercial neighborhood where several security agencies have facilities.
Lahore's police chief says about ten of those killed were soldiers.
Security forces swarmed the area as thick black smoke rose into the sky and bystanders rushed the injured into ambulances.
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