Pakistan's Taliban insurgency is making good on its promise to carry out more attacks, with a suicide car bomber killing at least 41 people in a northwest province Monday morning.
The blast comes on the heels of a daring attack on Pakistan's military headquarters over the weekend.
Militants seized the building and took dozens of hostages in a standoff that lasted 22 hours. Pakistan commandos retook the headquarters early Sunday morning.
Approximately 20 people, including three hostages, were killed in the ordeal and about 40 hostages were rescued.
The Taliban says the attacks are revenge for a CIA missile strike that killed one of their leaders in August.