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3 including 2 children injured in Afghan forces firing.

BIRMAL/ ISLAMABAD, September 11, 2009 (Frontier Star): At least three persons including one woman and two children were seriously injured following firing of mortar shells by the Afghan National Army (ANA) in the area of Pakistan on Friday. On the other hand, Security Sources has not confirmed any injury in the incident. According to details, Afghan Army fired mortar shells from Shikan Post and Macha Da Kot, out of which eight mortar shells fell in North Waziristan in the area of Vochabi resulting in serious injuries to a woman and her two children who were present in the house, belonging to Dad Gull. When Military Sources were contacted, they confirmed the incident but did not confirm any human loss or injuries. Sources further added that terrorists from our side fired shells on check posts of Afghan Army thus on retaliation, Afghan National Army fired eight mortar shells in the Pakistan area of North Waziristan but they fell on an isolated ground hence no loss occurred till the filing of the report.

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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Sep 11, 2009
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