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Pakistani forces attack leaves 13 dead, injured in Kunar

Pakistani forces attack leaves 13 dead, injured in Kunar

Aug 18, 2015 - 15:08

ASADABAD (Pajhwok): At least 13 persons have suffered casualties as Pakistani forces attacked Nari district of eastern Kunar province, officials said Tuesday.

Kunar police chief Brig. Gen. Abdul Habib Sayed Khail told Pajhwok Afghan News the attack from Pakistani border targeted Dokalam area of the district on border zero point around 3: 00 pm on Monday.

Pakistani forces attacked Afghan security forces that caused casualties among Afghan soldiers and civilians, he said.

Four shops and a hotel were burnt inside the Afghanistaninfo-icon territory by Pakistani forces, he said, adding that Afghan forces also fired on the Pakistani forces in retaliation to the attack.

Two security posts of Pakistani soldiers and their building were also caught fire in Afghan security forces’ attack, he said. The clash has now stopped and the situation has returned to normalcy.

On the other hand, the governor’s spokesman Ghani Musamam said that two Afghan policemen were killed and 11 others, including four civilians, were wounded in the border clash.

A number of shops belonged to Afghans also destroyed in the firefight, he said.

He claimed that Pakistani forces also suffered casualties. But he had no exact figures. He said the attack was first carried out by Pakistani forces.


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