NCA Condemns Attacks and Conveys Condolences on Separate Incidents, in Southern and Eastern Afghanistan
The National Coalition of Afghanistan fervidly condemns recent terrorist attacks in Ghazni, Logar and Uruzgan provinces, which has resulted in the tragic death of several of our fellow compatriots.
In Ghazni province, three civilians tragically lost their lives when their minivan drove over a planted roadside bomb. Eight other civilians were injured in the incident, including women and children. And in a separate unfortunate incident in Uruzgan province, two civilians were lost as their vehicle drove over another roadside bomb. Furthermore, on Friday evening, local officials announced that terrorists killed at least three people in Mohammad Agha district of Logar province, including a potential provincial council candidate.
The NCA once again condemns the recent attacks by terrorists, who continue to engage in inhumane actions, showing total disregard for the fate of innocent civilians. The NCA also conveys its heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families of fellow compatriots who have lost their lives in these tragic incidents, and that of other incidents around the country.
September 29, 2013 – Kabul, Afghanista
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