The attack comes two days after a similar incident in country's northern Khyber district killed three police officers.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa governor signs letter dissolving the assembly "with immediate effect" at the request of the provincial chief minister, who is a senior figure in Imran Khan's Pakistan PTI party.
The Pakistani Taliban have ramped up deadly attacks across the country, putting pressure on political and military leaders.
The Pakistan army said three soldiers were killed in a cross-border attack from Afghanistan in the Kurram district, while eight people died after a blast in the scenic valley of Swat.
Scores of people were killed and dozens went missing in the past 24 hours as monsoon downpours and roaring floodwaters continued to pound the country.
The resurgence of Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan in the mountains of Swat has brought back the spectre of terror amongst the region’s people.
Poorly built homes across Pakistan – particularly in rural areas – are prone to collapse in floods, which also destroy huge tracts of prime farmland.
Kabul is hesitant to antagonise the “Pakistani Taliban” lest it supports the self-styled caliphate, yet the same group poses a threat to Islamabad.
Pakistan cannot afford another conflict with Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan and has to devise a domestic political narrative that can justify a divorce from its previous policies.
Pakistan's military said it had granted asylum to at least 46 Afghan soldiers who crossed the Durand Line into northwestern Pakistan after their military posts in Afghanistan were overrun by Taliban insurgents.
A Pakistani flying academy has painted its aircraft using colours and motifs of an art movement eponymous with trucks to showcase the country is more than the sum of its stereotypes.
Officials said 19 people were killed in rain-related incidents in northwestern Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, 12 in southern Sindh province, eight in Punjab province and 10 in the northern Gligit Baltistan region in the past three days.
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