Bomb Blast in Helmand Province Leaves 8 People Killed

Bomb Blast in Helmand Province Leaves 8 People Killed

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1 Apr 2020

A roadside bomb blast in Helmand province, Nahri Saraj District, left eight people killed and two injured, local police chief Mohammad Ismail Khpalwak said on Wednesday.

According to the police chief, the bomb exploded on a civilian vehicle near the town of Gereshk.

At least eight civilians including women and children lost their lives and two others were injured following roadside mine blast in Nahr Saraj district, he said.

Other details have not been given yet.

On Tuesday, an explosion in the southeastern Afghan province of Paktika injured four people, including one policeman.

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