Suicide bombers have attacked the home of a military official in the Pakistani city of Quetta, killing at least 14 people.
The first attacker detonated a car bomb, and a second militant blew himself up in the house of the city’s Frontier Corps chief.
Some of the people killed were members of the corps – a paramilitary force battling militants on the Afghan border.
So far, no group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
The Frontier Corps had been involved in an operation to capture an al-Qaeda militant earlier this week.
Militants linked to al-Qaeda and the Taliban, as well as ethnic Baloch militants are active in the area.
The attackers had killed at least four members of the Frontier Corps.
More than 32 people were injured in the attacks.