A landmine explosion has left at least two people wounded in Pakistan, as the Asian country continues to struggle with deteriorating security conditions.
The explosion took place late Tuesday when two people, riding a motorcycle, hit a landmine placed on a road in Jani Berri area of Tehsil Sui, a Press TV correspondent reported.
Just after the blast, security forces cordoned off the area and shifted the wounded people to a local hospital.
Meanwhile, another bomb attack occurred in Charsadda town of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province in northwestern Pakistan early Wednesday.
Officials said that the bomb planted by militants next to the building of a private FM radio -- namely Dilbar -- went off on Charsadda-Nowshera road.
As a result of the blast, the radio building was damaged and its boundary wall collapsed.
However, no casualties were reported in the incident.
In another development, police recovered a dead body of a doctor in southwestern Balochistan province of the country on Tuesday.
According to officials, armed men had kidnapped Dr. Mumtaz Haider, head of the Bolan Medical College's Physiology Department, on March 28 from Quetta.
Also, at least 80 militants have surrendered to security forces in Mohmand Agency in northwestern Pakistan.
The militants, who were wanted by the Pakistani government over their involvement in terrorist activities, lay down their arms and surrendered to forces in Mohmand's Sagi area.
Pakistani security forces have carried out several military operations in Mohmand Agency against militants in the last three years.
During the same period, nearly 4,000 people have been killed in Taliban-linked militant attacks and bombings across the country.