A bomb attack killed 10 people, including a provincial lawmaker, and wounded more than 40 others at a funeral in northwestern Pakistan on Tuesday, police said.
The attack took place in Shergarh town in Mardan district, 145 kilometres (90 miles) northwest of Islamabad, during funeral prayers for the owner of a local fuel station.
"At least 10 people, including provincial lawmaker Imran Khan Mohmand were killed and 46 others wounded in the bomb blast," local police chief Tahir Ayub told AFP.
Police could not immediately confirm the kind of bomb that had exploded.
Mohmand was elected to the provincial assembly in northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province as an independent at elections last month.
Senior local police official Jaffer Khan also confirmed the blast and casualties.