Saturday, April 15, 2017

Civilians Were Killed When A Roadside Bomb In Afghanistan

Eleven civilians were killed at least Friday when a roadside in the small province of Helmand, the troubled passage of a bomb truck (south), according to an Afghan official source said Saturday.


The spokesman said the Afghan government spokesman Omar Zwak told AFP that passengers were heading from NOAA's remote province to the provincial capital Lashkar Gah, adding that "the explosion was strong and all in the truck were killed."

The police official accused in the province of Helmand, the Taliban rebels to implement the attack, especially the intersection where the explosion occurred often used by Afghan security forces.

And could not get any comment from the Taliban so far.

Killed or wounded about 11 thousand and 500 civilians a third of them children, in Afghanistan in 2016, according to the United Nations, the largest toll recorded by the international organization.

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