Bomb injures 2 in Pakistan's troubled southwest

A bomb exploded inside a bakery in insurgency-hit southwestern Pakistan on Sunday, injuring the shop's owner and his son, police said. Police officer Mohammed Barriach said the bakery in Baluchistan province may have been targeted because the owner was a migrant from eastern Punjab province. No one claimed responsibility for the blast in the town of Mastung, about 50 kilometers (30 miles) south of Baluchistan's capital, Quetta. The extent of the injuries suffered by the man and his son was not known.