QUETTA, Pakistan -- At least seven Pakistanis including four security personnel were killed recently in Balochistan, media reported.
A roadside bomb that exploded near a security force vehicle in Chaman killed a civilian, Dunya TV reported November 21.
Unidentified gunmen ambushed security personnel in Quetta November 19, killing three Frontier Corps (FC) personnel and a police constable, officials said, according to Dawn.
Separately, the Levies Force November 20 recovered two men's bullet-riddled bodies in Kech District, officials said, Dawn reported.
The same day, the FC rounded up three suspected Lashkar-e-Jhangvi (LeJ) and Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) militants in three Balochistan districts, an FC spokesman said.