June 5 - A bomb at a bus stop in Pakistan's northwestern city kills six people and wounds many others. Julie Noce reports.
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Six people are dead and several others wounded after a bomb exploded at a bus stop in Peshawar on Sunday morning.
Police say it appears the bomb had been planted at the location.
A nearby hospital received the injured -- this boy is still alive, but has suffered major burns.
The dead are placed in coffins.
Since the capture and killing of Osama bin Laden by U.S. special forces last month, Taliban militants with close ties to al Qaeda have carried out a series of attacks.
The U.S. has called on Pakistan to become a more reliable partner since it was discovered that bin Laden had apparently been living in Pakistan for years.
Julie Noce, Reuters
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