Pakistani troops killed during truce

Mar 05, 2014, 6:40 AM EST
Paramilitary forces ride a truck past a checkpoint in Manatu mountain at the central part of Kurram district, Pakistan's tribal belt bordering Afghanistan, on July 10, 2011.
AFP/File, A. Majeed

At least six Pakistani soldiers have been killed in a bombing in the north-west, as violence continues despite an apparent ceasefire with militants. The military said another eight people were injured in the blast targeting a security convoy near Hangu, 110km (70 miles) south-west of Peshawar. It is the first attack on security forces this month, and comes two days after a court in Islamabad was stormed.
Pakistan Hangu soldiers killed as talks due to resume [BBC]
6 Pakistani soldiers killed in blast [AP]