Four bombs exploded minutes apart, badly damaging section of a railway track in Pakistan's troubled southwest on Saturday, but no one was wounded, police and a railways official said.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack in Naushki, a town about 200 kilometers (120 miles) southwest of the city of Quetta, said Ghulam Rasool, a spokesman for the Pakistan Railways.
No train was scheduled to pass on the track at the time, he said.
Rasool gave no further details and only said engineers had been sent to the area to repair the line.
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