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Curfew clamped in Bannu after blast on security personnel

Curfew clamped in Bannu after blast on security personnel
November 13, 2017

BANNU, 13 November: The district administration on Monday closed all educational institutions and business centers by imposing curfew from Noorar to Jani Khel following Sunday’s blast on security personnel.

According to the district administration, search operation has been conducted in the adjoining villages to arrest the perpetrators. The administration has asked the public to stay inside their homes.

At least three security personnel were injured and a passerby was killed in a remote control blast on the convoy of security personnel in Noorar area on Sunday.

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