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Two suicide bombers attacked a camp for refugees in northwest Pakistan
Saturday, killing at least 41 people and wounding more than 60 others.
Police say the bombers struck minutes apart at the Kacha Pukka camp for
displaced people as residents lined up to register for aid.
Officials say the bombers were wearing burqas - the full body covering worn by conservative Muslim women.
A retired Pakistani military official (General Mahmood Shah) tells VOA that he believes the Taliban is responsible for the attack.
The camp houses people fleeing violence in the Orakzai district, where
Pakistani forces have recently intensified an offensive against Taliban
Northwest Pakistan has suffered a major internal displacement of people
as a result of Taliban violence and a series of military operations
targeting Islamist militants near the Afghan border.