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Two FC soldiers injured in cross border attack

Two FC soldiers injured in cross border attack
February 17, 2017

TORKHAM, 17 February: Two Frontier Corps (FC) soldiers have been injured in a cross border attack on a security check post in Torkham area of Khyber Agency.

According to the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR), the militants from Afghan side opened fire on the security check post in Torkham, leaving two soldiers injured. The Pakistani soldiers also retaliated and killed all the attackers.

The increasing terror incidents in Pakistan during the last one weak have created an atmosphere of fear in the country. The security forces have also stepped up their operations against terrorists.

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