The number of people killed in militant attacks in Pakistan is fast approaching 600 in just three months.
At least 88 people have been killed by a suicide bomb attack at a volleyball court in the troubled north-west of Pakistan.
Militants have attacked both "hard" targets, including army or intelligence offices, and "soft" ones such as markets or the crowd that was hit in Friday's bombing.
The latest attack killed more people than any other since a bombing at a market in Peshawar left some 120 people dead on 28 October.
From the BBC.