Terrorism & Insurgency

Suicide attack targets security force base in Afghanistan's Nangarhar

18 December 2013

AN Afghan security force member was killed and two others were wounded when a suicide bomber detonated his explosives inside a security force base in the Torkham area of Afghanistan's Nangarhar province early on 15 December, Khaama Press reported. Officials confirmed that the attack had caused serious damage to the base. No claim of responsibility was immediately made.



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