QUETTA, Pakistan: A bomb exploded Saturday at a small hotel in southwestern Pakistan, killing one person, police said.
It was not immediately clear what kind of a bomb exploded in Kolhu, a remote town about 200 kilometers (125 miles) east of Quetta, the capital of southwestern Baluchistan province, and Ghulam Farid, an area police chief, said they were still investigating.
Police were trying to find out the identity of the dead man and how the bomb was taken into the hotel, he said.
"So far we only know that it was a bomb, but we have no other details," Farid told The Associated Press.
Baluchistan has witnessed scores of bomb and gun attacks in recent year, most blamed on ethnic nationalist groups who have waged insurgency to press the government for getting more royalty on resources extracted from the territories.
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