Two trains collided in southern Pakistan

At least 30 people have been killed in a collision between two trains in the south of Pakistan. It is reported by local TV channel ARY News.

The express trains collided between railway stations in the Ghotka district of Sindh province. A local government official, District Commissioner Usman Abdullah, confirmed that at least 30 passengers were killed in the collision, and added that several others were under the rubble.

Police and rescuers are working at the scene. After the collision, train traffic was suspended in the area.