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2 policemen killed in a bomb blast in Pakistan

International Desk
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A bomb blast near the Pakistani city of Bajaur has killed at least two police officers. The country's police confirmed the incident on Saturday, November 13. Bajaur district police chief Abdus Samad Khan said a bomb had exploded near the Raghgan dam. Two police officers were killed.

Abdus Samad Khan said the bomb was detonated by remote control. The area is surrounded by law enforcement. He also said that operations are being conducted against the suspects.

Five people, including two policemen, were injured in another terrorist attack in Quetta on the same day.

Confirming the incident, police said five people were injured in a bomb blast in the Nawa Kili area of ​​Quetta. Upon receiving the news, the police and rescue workers went to the spot and rescued the injured, and sent them to the hospital.

Meanwhile, members of the security forces have cordoned off the area and are conducting a search operation. The bomb disposal team also reached the spot.

Police officials said the bombs, made with indigenous technology, were detonated by remote control. Officials also claimed that the attack was aimed at members of the Eagle Squad police. However, no group has immediately claimed responsibility for the attack.

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