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Bomb destroyed two Buses and Killed 24 in Afghanistan

Latest News / Afghanistan – Two Mini-Buses were destroyed by roadside planted bomb and killed at least 24 innocent persons of western area Afghanistan on Thursday.


Bomb destroyed two Buses and Killed 24 in AfghanistanThe President of Afghanistan Give a statement and confirmed the incident and strongly condemned on it.


According to the source, The Minibuses were traveled from the Obe district to Herat City of Afghanistan. On the roadside criminals planted a explosion material in Kotali Tark Abad district of Herat, when the passenger buses reached at the point a blast was reported.


In the result of the explosion, twenty four passengers and passer were killed including woman and children. Eleven innocent persons got injuries also.


The President Karzai Herat is a peaceful province and nearby the border of Turkmanistan and Iran.


“The criminals of Afghanistan should know that with entrusting such crime in the holy month of Ramadan they will not get anything excluding people’s odium,” Karzai said.


The security of western Afghan City Herat, that is the provincial capital, was handed over from U.S.-led NATO forces to Afghans last month as part of the security changeover process.

Written by E Pakistan News Staff Member on August 19, 2011.

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