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Two FC soldiers injured in roadside blast in Quetta

Two FC soldiers injured in roadside blast in Quetta
May 14, 2017

QUETTA, 14 May: Two soldiers of Frontier Constabulary (FC) sustained injuries when a roadside-planted bomb targeted FC convoy in Quetta on Sunday, security sources said.
According to security sources, the security forces vehicle was on routine patrol when a roadside planted bomb exploded. Two FC soldiers Habib Ullah and Nawaz sustained injuries in the explosion. The injured personnel were shifted to hospital for treatment.
The area was cordoned off by the security teams following the explosion.

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