PESHAWAR - A pro-government tribal elder was killed Sunday and his son was wounded when a roadside bomb hit their vehicle in Pakistan's restive northwest, police said. The attack happened in the town of Bakakhel 150 kilometres (93 miles) south of Peshawar. Malik Sayed Ali Wazir, who headed an anti-Taliban militia in the town, died on the way to hospital while his son was fighting for his life, Tahir Khan, a senior police official in neighbouring Bannu district, told AFP.–AFP