Bombing at Afghan-Pakistan border kills eight, injures 15

Posted on July 5, 2013 • Filed under: Afghanistan, Border Crossings, Pakistan, Terrorism

Thenews.com.pk reports that at least eight people were killed and fifteen others injured on Friday in a suicide blast that took place at the Pak-Afghan border, Geo News reported. According to security sources, a suicide bomber was on foot and blew himself up at Friendship Gate at Pak-Afghan border, killing eight people including five Afghan security men. At least fifteen persons including five Pakistanis were also wounded in the explosion who were shifted to Chaman and Boldak. Read article

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