Burnout Five members of an aid group have been shot dead in Jalalabad, Afghanistan. An International Support Group employee was also critically injured in the massacre. The full details of this topic have not been given. According to AFP, Japanese doctor 72-year-old Tetsu Nakamura was killed in a shootout. The massacre took place in Jalalabad in Nangarhar province, in eastern Afghanistan. Terrorists were shot dead while traveling on a vehicle in the city. A provincial spokesman for the province said that the terrorists were shot dead in their vehicle while traveling in the city of Jalalabad. Nangarhar Provincial Spokesman Atullah Khogyani said that an unidentified terrorist group had been shot dead in a vehicle parked by the aid group staff. Spokesman Khogyani said that the police was investigating the attack. He said: “Investigation into the attack on Wednesday morning has been launched and more information will be made available on the matter.” Five killed in Afghanistan.
The attack was carried out on a vehicle belonging to the NGO Peace Medical Services, an organization working in the agriculture and irrigation sector in Afghanistan. The organization is operating in Afghanistan with the help of international NGOs. The director of the organization was injured in the shootings. Only on Tuesday, unknown gunmen shot dead two officers of the intelligence agency here in an area east of Kabul’s capital Kabul. Officials said some others were injured in the shootings. According to them, some others were killed in the area last week. No group or individual has claimed responsibility for the killings. However, police believe that the same group is responsible for the subsequent killings, as the Taliban are the cause of the violence in Afghanistan. The Taliban started causing violence in Afghanistan, and the country started to collapse after so many others clashed in the name of the same Taliban. Five killed in Afghanistan.
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