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NCA Condemns Recent Attacks in Khost and Nangarhar Provinces

The National Coalition of Afghanistan strongly condemns two recent terrorist attacks in Khost and Nangarhar provinces. On Saturday, insurgents detonated two explosives in Khost province, tragically killing 1 Afghan national army officer and injuring at least 13 others, including several Afghan national army and police officers, as well as 7 innocent civilians. 

On Sunday, in a separate incident in Jalalabad city of Nangarhar province, insurgents detonated a hidden explosive, tragically killing two civilian bystanders and injuring an Afghan national police officer. Insurgents continue to engage in heinous acts, illustrating their malicious and evil intentions of bringing killing and devastation on our nation. Such cowardice attacks will not deter the will of the Afghan people to see through a stable and prosperous Afghanistan.

The National Coalition of Afghanistan extends its condolences to the families and friends of the victims of these two incidents. The NCA further conveys its best wishes for the successful recovery of those injured in the attacks.

November 24, 2013 – Kabul, Afghanistan

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