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Another terrorist attack in Maymana has left dozens killed!

Today morning, a car packed with explosives targeted a busy and dense area near the Kabul Bank branch in Maymana, Faryab province. The target killed civilians who were preparing for the upcoming New Year and left many families in sorrow before the start of the celebrations. Dr. Abdullah with the rest of the Reform and Partnership team condemns this cowardice and inhumane act of terror. Additionally, Dr. Abdullah would like to request once again from the armed forces that they should eliminate all the terror cells in this province and prevent such attacks and targets from happening again. These atrocities will never be forgotten and these attacks are the embodiment of their callous, ruthless, and evil intentions against the noble people of Afghanistan. Pity for these terrorists is a crime and our future government will bring all responsible to justice.

Dr. Abdullah’s campaign headquarter

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