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Pakistan: 3 troops, 7 militants killed in in a single day assaults

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PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Militants focused Pakistani safety forces in three in a single day assaults within the nation’s unstable northwest, triggering shootouts that killed three troopers and 7 militants, the army mentioned Friday.

The near-simultaneous assaults late Thursday night time in Lakki Marwat, a district within the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan, lasted a number of hours.

A army assertion mentioned the attackers have been repulsed however that three troopers “embraced martyrdom” whereas responding to the assaults.

In one of many assaults, a suicide bomber driving on a motorbike blew himself up close to a compound housing safety forces. The army mentioned troops have been nonetheless looking out the world for the militants who escaped following the assaults.

There was no declare of accountability for the assaults however suspicion is prone to fall on the Pakistani Taliban who’ve been behind previous assaults within the area and have a powerful presence within the province.

The militants, often called Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, or TTP, are a separate group however allied with the Afghan Taliban, who seized energy within the neighboring nation in August 2021 as U.S. and NATO troops have been within the remaining levels of their pullout.

The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan has emboldened the Pakistani Taliban, who’ve stepped up assaults in current months.

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PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Militants focused Pakistani safety forces in three in a single day assaults within the nation’s unstable northwest, triggering shootouts that killed three troopers and 7 militants, the army mentioned Friday.

The near-simultaneous assaults late Thursday night time in Lakki Marwat, a district within the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan, lasted a number of hours.

A army assertion mentioned the attackers have been repulsed however that three troopers “embraced martyrdom” whereas responding to the assaults.

In one of many assaults, a suicide bomber driving on a motorbike blew himself up close to a compound housing safety forces. The army mentioned troops have been nonetheless looking out the world for the militants who escaped following the assaults.

There was no declare of accountability for the assaults however suspicion is prone to fall on the Pakistani Taliban who’ve been behind previous assaults within the area and have a powerful presence within the province.

The militants, often called Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, or TTP, are a separate group however allied with the Afghan Taliban, who seized energy within the neighboring nation in August 2021 as U.S. and NATO troops have been within the remaining levels of their pullout.

The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan has emboldened the Pakistani Taliban, who’ve stepped up assaults in current months.

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PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Militants focused Pakistani safety forces in three in a single day assaults within the nation’s unstable northwest, triggering shootouts that killed three troopers and 7 militants, the army mentioned Friday.

The near-simultaneous assaults late Thursday night time in Lakki Marwat, a district within the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan, lasted a number of hours.

A army assertion mentioned the attackers have been repulsed however that three troopers “embraced martyrdom” whereas responding to the assaults.

In one of many assaults, a suicide bomber driving on a motorbike blew himself up close to a compound housing safety forces. The army mentioned troops have been nonetheless looking out the world for the militants who escaped following the assaults.

There was no declare of accountability for the assaults however suspicion is prone to fall on the Pakistani Taliban who’ve been behind previous assaults within the area and have a powerful presence within the province.

The militants, often called Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, or TTP, are a separate group however allied with the Afghan Taliban, who seized energy within the neighboring nation in August 2021 as U.S. and NATO troops have been within the remaining levels of their pullout.

The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan has emboldened the Pakistani Taliban, who’ve stepped up assaults in current months.

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PESHAWAR, Pakistan — Militants focused Pakistani safety forces in three in a single day assaults within the nation’s unstable northwest, triggering shootouts that killed three troopers and 7 militants, the army mentioned Friday.

The near-simultaneous assaults late Thursday night time in Lakki Marwat, a district within the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province bordering Afghanistan, lasted a number of hours.

A army assertion mentioned the attackers have been repulsed however that three troopers “embraced martyrdom” whereas responding to the assaults.

In one of many assaults, a suicide bomber driving on a motorbike blew himself up close to a compound housing safety forces. The army mentioned troops have been nonetheless looking out the world for the militants who escaped following the assaults.

There was no declare of accountability for the assaults however suspicion is prone to fall on the Pakistani Taliban who’ve been behind previous assaults within the area and have a powerful presence within the province.

The militants, often called Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, or TTP, are a separate group however allied with the Afghan Taliban, who seized energy within the neighboring nation in August 2021 as U.S. and NATO troops have been within the remaining levels of their pullout.

The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan has emboldened the Pakistani Taliban, who’ve stepped up assaults in current months.

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