A government-owned bus exploded early this morning in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, killing everyone on board, reports the Washington Post. While emergency crews were responding to the scene, a second bomb tore through a market area in the military city near the capital of Islamabad. The death toll currently stands at 24, with scores injured.
Investigators don't yet know who is behind the attacks. In July, insurgents carried out suicide attacks in response to a government raid on the Taliban-sympathizing Red Mosque in the Pakistani capital. Taliban forces still have not freed the 300 Pakistani troops they captured last week.