At least 12 people are dead in Pakistan after a car bomb exploded near a police station.
Pakistani officers say another 15 people were wounded in the blast.
When guards tried to stop the car, the bomber detonated the explosives.
A nearby mosque was also damaged.
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The explosion is the latest in a series of militant attacks that have killed more than 150 people in the past two weeks.
It's part of a new offensive against the Pakistan government.
"What they have managed to do is to quite successfully - and that is where their real success lies - terrorize the entire Pakistani population," said Samina Ahmed, Pakistan country director with the International Crisis Group.
Peshawar is the main city in Pakistan's Taliban-riddled northwest frontier province.