A suicide blast in Mardan, Pakistan, has left at least 21 dead and more than 20 wounded. The blast in the city northwest of Islamabad occurred outside the door of a government office called the National Database and Registration Authority or NADRA, which is responsible for issuing national identity cards. The attacker was on a motorbike and exploded his explosives vest when he rammed at the gate.
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