QUETTA, Pakistan (AP) - Officials say two people are dead after a bomb exploded at a religious school in southwestern Pakistan.
At least four more people were wounded in the blast Friday at the seminary in the city of Quetta, medics and police said.
Asif Mahmood, a police official in the city, said investigators were trying to figure out who placed the bomb in the school.
Quetta is the capital of Baluchistan province, where ethnic Baluch nationalists have been fighting for more autonomy. It is also a hub for Taliban militants fighting in neighboring Afghanistan.