Three children killed in shelling in Afghanistan

UNITED STATES, WASHINGTON (OBSERVATORY) — At least three children were killed, six more were injured in a missile launched from Pakistan in a village in eastern Afghanistan, TOLONews reported, citing an official representative of local authorities.

A missile fell in the Dangam region, eastern Kunar province. According to the official representative of the governor of the province Abdul Gani Musamim (Abdul Ghani Musamim), the rocket was launched by representatives of the armed forces of Pakistan, the agency Pazhwak notes.


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