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3 killed in landmine blast in NW Pakistan

Breaking News2017-09-01

At least three people were killed and two others injured after a blast hit a vehicle in Pakistan's northwest tribal area of Mohmand Agency on Friday, local Urdu media reported. The killed included a father and his son who were accompanying a tribal elder to a place in their vehicle, Dunya News said. The vehicle was struck by a landmine planted at the roadside by unknown militants in the Shati Maina area of the Agency, a tribal area located along Pakistan-Afghanistan border. The tribal elder got injured, and has been shifted to a nearby hospital where he is said to be in critical condition. No group has claimed the attack yet. Security forces cordoned off the area for investigations. (ASIA PACIFIC DAILY)

At least three people were killed and two others injured after a blast hit a vehicle in Pakistan's northwest tribal area of Mohmand Agency on Friday, local Urdu media reported.

The killed included a father and his son who were accompanying a tribal elder to a place in their vehicle, Dunya News said.

The vehicle was struck by a landmine planted at the roadside by unknown militants in the Shati Maina area of the Agency, a tribal area located along Pakistan-Afghanistan border.

The tribal elder got injured, and has been shifted to a nearby hospital where he is said to be in critical condition.

No group has claimed the attack yet. Security forces cordoned off the area for investigations.

(ASIA PACIFIC DAILY)

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