Two suicide bombers left at least 20 dead in Quetta, Pakistan, as they attempted to target a senior security official, a police official said. One bomber detonated explosives in a car, wounding the deputy head of the Frontier Corps, Farrukh Shehzad, and killing his wife. The other suicide bomber struck inside Shehzad’s house, killing seven of his guards. The blasts were so powerful that they felled the walls of his house and the surrounding offices. No one has claimed responsibility for the attack yet, though Reuters says that the Taliban still has a significant presence in Pakistan.