Our latest bombing (a non-suicide this time) is brought to us by Al Jazeera.com:
A car bomb hit a fast-food restaurant in the southern Pakistani city of Karachi early Tuesday, killing more than six people and wounding 15 others, medics said, according to BBC.
Police sources said the blast struck the front entrance of the KFC outlet and burned several cars on the street.
The car bomb went off in a crowded business area near two luxury hotels at about 0840 (0340 GMT), during morning rush hour.
Karachi police chief Mushtaq Shah said the bomb was concealed in a car parked outside the restaurant.
“It was a high-intensity explosion and its noise was heard in several parts of the city,” he said.
“It appears that the KFC was the target.”
Shah said the bomb was detonated by a remote control…
It was the second attack on Western fast-food chains in Karachi in recent months. Several people were wounded in bombs attacks on Kentucky Fried Chicken and McDonald’s restaurants in September.
In May, six people died when protesters set fire to a KFC restaurant in the city…