June 2, 2008 / 1:08 PM / 11 years ago

TIMELINE: Major bomb attacks in Pakistan

(Reuters) - A suspected suicide bomber blew up a car outside the Danish embassy in the Pakistani capital on Monday killing at least six people and wounding about 20, officials said.

Here is a chronology of some of the worst bomb attacks from former prime minister Benazir Bhutto’s death at the end of 2007:

December 27, 2007 - Bhutto is killed in a bomb attack after a rally in Rawalpindi. More than 20 others are killed in the attack.

January 10, 2008 - A suicide bomber walks up to policemen outside the High Court in Lahore and sets off explosives. Nineteen people are killed, 16 policemen and 3 passers-by.

February 22 - A roadside bomb kills 13 members of a wedding party, including the bride, in Swat.

February 29 - A suicide attack on a police funeral in the district of Swat kills 40 people.

March 2 - At least 40 people are killed when a suicide bomber attacks a traditional tribal meeting in the tribal region of Darra Adam Kheil.

March 11 - Two suicide car bombers strike, killing 24 people, most of them in an attack on a government security office in Lahore.

March 15 - A bomb attack at an Italian restaurant in Islamabad, a favorite hangout for foreigners, kills a Turkish woman and wounds several others, including four FBI agents.

June 2 - A suspected suicide bomber blows up a car outside the Danish embassy in Islamabad killing at least six people and wounding about 20.

Writing by Nagesh Narayana and David Cutler; Editing by Jerry Norton

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