At least 35 people have been killed today in an attack on a mosque close to army headquarters in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, the Associated Press reports. It adds that "an intelligence official" says 70 other people were wounded in the suicide bomb and gun attack.
The BBC says that "reports suggest there was an initial suicide attack during Friday prayers followed by a series of explosions."
Pakistan's Dawn says "The brazen raid by at least two attackers came as people gathered for Friday prayers in the city that adjoins Islamabad. Rawalpindi is also home to the military headquarters and is a frequent target of Taliban insurgents."
Reuters is reporting the death toll is "at least 39."