A church in Pakistan has been attacked by gunmen, with several people reported killed and more reported injured.
The attack happened in the city of Quetta, some 65km (40 miles) from the border with Afghanistan.
Five people were killed and 15 wounded, the AFP news agency said, quoting police official Abdul Razzaq Cheema.
The attack happened while prayers were being held in the Methodist church, the region’s home minister, Sarfaraz Bugti, told local media.
There was at least one explosion followed by gunfire in a suspected suicide attack, reports say.
Wounded victims are being treated in hospital.
Attacks in the region are not uncommon, often targeting the Hazara Shia community in suicide bombings.