ISLAMABAD, April 27 (Xinhua) -- Security officials in Pakistan said that two rockets landed near an airport in northwestern city of Peshawar late Sunday.
No one was hurt in the rocket fire, the airport security force said.
An official said that one rocket landed near the runway of the Bacha Khan International Airport and the other landed outside the airport.
Officials said the rockets were fired from unknown direction.
No group claimed responsibility for it.
Some sources said the rockets were fired from the nearby Khyber tribal region where the fighter jets bombed positions of the militants groups few days ago.
The army said that 37 militants had been killed in the airstrikes in some parts of Khyber agency, bordering Afghanistan.