5 security personnel injured in North Waziristan blast

Remote-controlled bomb - planted on the side of a road in Karam Kot - exploded when security forces convoy passed by.

Web Desk June 15, 2014
Remote control bomb placed on side of road in Karam Kot exploded when their vehicle passed by. PHOTO: FILE

NORTH WAZIRISTAN: Five security personnel were injured in an explosion in North Waziristan on Sunday, Express News reported.

A security forces convoy was reportedly the target of the attack.

According to initial reports, a remote-controlled bomb - planted on the side of a road in Karam Kot - exploded when the vehicle passed by.

The attack comes after Pakistan Air Force (PAF) jets bombed hideouts of suspected militants in Dattakhel area of North Waziristan, killing over 50 terrorists.

The air force also carried out shelling in the Mirali earlier on Sunday morning.

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ABDUL KHALIQ QURESHI | 6 years ago | Reply

Dear sir, The first impression of daily Express Tribune is the best to attract the readers everywhere in the entire country,Pakistan.I like to read it online daily, without any break.But during the previous moments of your esteemed publication it has been observed that various stories pertaining to Abbottabad were found incorrect because of your wrong appointment of a correspondent who is belonging to Haripur district of Hazara. Mind it that one hour travel between Haripur and Abbottabad city by road cannot enable a person to focus his attention to collect correct news stories later to send them to Tribune well in time.Moreover, he is sending you mere table stories simultaneously which could not be considered true and correct features of a news story.Anyway thank you very much.Regards..

AK47 | 6 years ago | Reply @Taimoor: The terrorist are to be blamed for the loss of civilian lives not army.
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