Roadside bomb kills 17 in northwest Pakistan

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ISLAMABAD, Pakistan (CNN) — A roadside bomb killed 17 people in northwest Pakistan on Sunday, authorities said.

The remote-controlled bomb targeted a paramilitary convoy patrolling in Bedhber, near Peshawar.

Forty-two others were injured, police official Javed Khan Marwat said.

At least 40 kilograms (88 pounds) of explosives were packed into a vehicle and detonated as the Frontier Corps convoy passed by, the official said.