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WATCH: Bomber that killed over 50 people at an Afghan volleyball game targeted police
Haaretz

An Attack on a Volleyball Match in Paktika: A Brutal "One Off...

On November 23rd, a (probably) Taliban suicide attacker targeted a local inter-district volleyball tournament in southeastern Paktika province, Afghanistan. At least 45 people were killed during the explosion and many of the 20+ who were injured ... Huffington Post, 3 weeks ago
Abdullah for deep probe into Paktika attack Frontier Post, 3 weeks ago
Terrorists attacks was Unpardonable: Abdullah Daily Outlook, 3 weeks ago
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Frontier Post

208 Paktika schools without buildings

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 Frontier Post2 weeks ago
International Business Times India

Pakistan, Haqqani Blamed for Suicide Attack that Killed over 60

The suicide bombing at a volleyball match in Afghanistan's Paktika province is being blamed on Pakistan and the Haqqani network, after more than 60 people lost their lives in the deadly attack. Representational image: A suicide attack in ...
 International Business Times India3 weeks ago Paktika incident: Afghan Senate chief blames Pakistan for volleyball bombing  The Express Tribune3 weeks ago Afghan Senate chief blames Pakistan for attack at volleyball tournament in Paktika  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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SAMAA TV

Suicide attack kills at least 49 people in Afghanistan's Paktika

Battle Control System Type Air and missile defence command-and-control (C2) system Development The BCS programme is a series of US Air Force (USAF) spiral development/evolutionary acquisition contracts. Spiral 1 was initiated as ...
 Jane's3 weeks ago PM Nawaz condemned suicide attack in Afghanistan's Paktika province, conveyed Pakistan's solidarity with Afghan people.  Radio Pakistan3 weeks ago Taliban denies involvement in suicide attack in Afghanistan's Paktika  Jane's2 weeks ago Nawaz urges intl community to do more to help Afghans realize their vision  Frontier Post1 week ago

UN Security Council flays attack

WASHINGTON (Pajhwok): The UN Security Council on Monday condemned the terrorist attack in Paktika reiterating that no terrorist act can reverse the path towards Afghan-led peace, democracy and stability in the country. In a statement, the Security ...
 Frontier Post3 weeks ago UN Security Council condemns killing of 50 people in Afghanistan  Turkish Weekly3 weeks ago

Pakistan flays Paktika suicide attack

KABUL (AIP): Pakistan strongly condemned the suicide attack in Afghanistans Paktika province. Pakistan condemns in the strongest terms the terrorist attack in Paktika province in Afghanistan today, in which so many precious lives have been lost, ...
 Frontier Post3 weeks ago U.S. Embassy Condemns Terrorist Attack in Paktika Province  US Embassy Afghanistan: Kabul3 weeks ago Pakistan strongly condemns terrorist attack in Afghanistan  Ministry of Foreign Affairs Pakistan3 weeks ago House of People Condemns Terror Attack In Paktika  Bakhtar News Agency3 weeks ago
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14 killed in Afghanistan bombing

At least 14 people were killed and 35 wounded Sunday in a suicide bomb attack at a volleyball ground in Paktika province of Afghanistan, a source said. "The blast occurred late in the evening. Army rescue teams evacuated 14 bodies and 35 injured people were ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago At Least Five Killed, 12 Injured by Suicide Bomb in Kabul: Defense Ministry  RIA Novosti1 week ago

Afghan deadly suicide bombing draws wide condemnations

KABUL, Nov. 24 (Xinhua) -- The bloody suicide bombing in Afghan eastern Paktika province on Sunday which had left over 100 people dead and injured has drawn wide condemnations at home and abroad. In the deadly attack which happened at 04:50 p.m.
 Xinhua News Agency3 weeks ago Roundup: Afghan deadly suicide bombing draws wide condemnations  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago ·Afghan deadly suicide bombing draws wide condemnations  Tianshannet3 weeks ago XINHUA - Roundup: Afghan deadly suicide bombing draws wide condemnations  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago

50 killed in Afghan suicide blast

Afghan children are treated at Paktika hospital after the suicide attack. Bodies of civilians are laid out a hospital — AP Volleyball game turns to bloodbath in Yahya Khail district of Paktika, which borders Pak Around 50 people were killed and 60 others ...
 Asian Age3 weeks ago Official says 6 killed in Afghan market blast  Yahoo! Singapore3 weeks ago
First Post.com

45 killed in Afghanistan suicide attack

At least 45 people were killed and 60 wounded Sunday in a suicide bomb attack at a volleyball ground in Afghanistan's Paktika province, officials said. "Afghan President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani condemned in strongest terms today's suicide blast in Yahya Khel ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago At least 45 dead, 50 hurt in suicide bomb attack at Afghan volleyball tournament  TruthDive3 weeks ago
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