An umbrella group of Islamic militants said Monday that it was responsible for a suicide attack on a military convoy that killed five civilians and four soldiers in northwestern Pakistan.
The suicide bombing Sunday evening in the Swat region also wounded 13 civilians and 10 soldiers.
"That was just a warning shot ... the government should expect more if our demands are not met," said Maulana Mohammed Umer, a spokesman for the newly formed Tehrik-i-Taliban, a coalition of Islamic militants.
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