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Five humanitarian workers killed in north Afghanistan

Five humanitarian workers including three foreigners were shot dead when their vehicle was ambushed in northwest Afghanistan, officials said. “A vehicle belonging to a non-governmental organisation has been attacked by unknown armed people,” Baghdis provincial police chief Amir Shah Naibzada told AFP. “In an attack on a Medecins Sans Frontieres vehicle two Afghans and three foreigners have died.” “It is too early to say who is responsible for this attack,” he added. Naibzada said the aid workers were killed by two men, one armed with a Kalashnikov and the other with a pistol. Full Story

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