Pakistani militants attacked the agency tasked with fighting Islamic insurgents on the Afghan border.
A car bomb targeting Pakistan's spy agency in Peshawar killed 10 people and destroyed most of the building.
The blast struck at the heart of the agency overseeing much of the anti-terror campaign in the nearby border regions with Afghanistan.
About an hour later, a second suicide car-bombing targeted a police station near the Afghan border, killing six.
Taliban militants are waging a war against the Pakistani government because of its alliance with the U.S.