A woman has been killed and three people injured in a rocket attack in the Pakistani city of Quetta.
Several rockets were fired at a district housing army officers in the city, the capital of Balochistan province, on Saturday night.
A man claiming to represent the banned Baloch Liberation Army says it carried out the attack.
A separate attack at a military base in Kohlu, 300km (190 miles) east of Quetta, injured two soldiers.
Gas-rich Balochistan has seen months of violence as tribal groups push for greater political and economic rights.
The woman died after being hit by debris from a wall which collapsed after one rocket hit a house, Salman Syed, a senior police officer, told the Associated Press news agency.
Two of her children and a male relative staying in the house were injured.
The other rockets fell in open ground.
Police said seven men have been arrested in connection with the attack.
Earlier on Saturday, a bomb exploded in a market in Nushki, 200km (125 miles) southwest of Quetta, without causing injuries.
And 15 rockets were fired at security posts in Dera Bugti, with another attack in Harnai.
Balochistan has witnessed steady violence in recent months. Tribal separatists have attacked gas plants, electricity lines and railway tracks in their campaign for increased royalties for natural resources extracted in Balochistan.