2 civilians dead in ISAF firing in Kabul
The incident occurred at 10:30am when the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) personnel fired shots at the vehicle of a private firm responsible for providing maintenance support to police, the Ministry of Interior spokesman, Gulam Siaddique Siddiqui, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
Two employees of the company were killed on the spot, he said, but stopped short of going into details, pending to an ongoing investigation.
Elsewhere, six insurgents were killed on Monday during a clash with Afghan army troops in the Kajaki district of southern Helmand province, an official said.
Separately, a police pick-up vehicle hit a landmine Monday morning in the Shirmanda area of Kajaki district, killing a policeman onboard.
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