Afghanistan Blast

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Blast In Afghan's Faryab Kills Five Policemen Including District Chief

A roadside bomb blast in Afghanistan's Faryab which took place on November 18 killed at least 5 people which include the police chief of Qaramqul district, Safar Mohammad Bidar. However, no terrorist organisation has taken the responsibility of the blast. Faryab Police spokesperson, Abdul Karim Yourish said that the blast occurred when the police chief was on his way to help the security forces who were under attack of Taliban. 

Wed, 18 Nov 2020 - 01:30 PM / by Shivam Chandra…

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