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April 15, 2014
Attack on NATO trucks in Pakistan kills driver: officials
Peshawar, Pakistan (AFP) April 14, 2014
Gunmen in restive northwest Pakistan on Monday attacked container trucks carrying supplies to NATO troops in Afghanistan, killing a driver, officials said. The violence took place around 25 kilometres (15 miles) west of Peshawar, the main city of the northwest, according to security officials. Ali Sher, a local administration official, confirmed the incident. "Three trucks were attacked at three different locations in Jamrud tehsil (district) of Khyber agency killing one driver and setting ... read more

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