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Rocket attack near Pak-Afghan border kills two

Three FC men injured in a suicide attack in Kurram Agency

NUSHKI, 22 MAY, (DNA) – As many as two people were killed in a rocket attack near Pakistan-Afghanistan border in Nushki area Sunday.

According to details, a rocket was fired on a car heading to Quetta from Taftan. The mishap left two dead who have been identified as driver Mohammad Azam and Walli Mohammad.

Reportedly, the targeted car has been completely destroyed after the rocket attack.

On the other hand, the post mortem of the corpses has been completed according to which, the deaths were caused due to explosion in the car.

Talking exclusively to Dunya News, Mohammad Azam’s brother Mohammad Qasim said that his brother was a taxi driver from past eight to nine years.

On the other hand, Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour was targeted by a US airstrike because he posed a “threat” to US troops, Afghan civilians and peace talks, Washington’s top diplomat John Kerry said Sunday on a visit to Myanmar. =DNA

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