A remote-controlled bomb strapped to a donkey has killed four people and wounded at least 10 in Pakistan, near its border with Afghanistan.
The Thursday blast occurred in the village of Mishti Mela, in Lower Orakzai.
The bomb was detonated as the donkey entered a small market in the village, local officials said.
The Orakzai area is considered a stronghold for Taliban and al Qaeda militants, and the region has been the subject of several recent operations by the Pakistan military.
Victims were taken to Kalaya Headquarter Hospital, with the most badly hurt transferred to hospitals in Kohat and Peshawar.