(BBC News) A suicide bomber has killed at least 128 people at a campaign rally in south-western Pakistan - the deadliest attack in the country since 2014.
A local candidate was among the dead in the Mastung town, police say. So-called Islamic State (IS) claimed the attack.
Earlier, a bomb attack on a similar rally in the northern town of Bannu killed four people. The attacks come ahead of general elections on 25 July.
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Meanwhile, former PM Nawaz Sharif was arrested after flying home from the UK.