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Afghanistan: Suspected Taliban attack leaves two engineers killed  Taliban

Afghanistan: Suspected Taliban attack leaves two engineers killed 

India Blooms News Service | @indiablooms | 14 Aug 2020, 04:21 pm

Kabul: A suspected Taliban attack in Afghanistan's Kabul-Parwan highway has left two engineers killed, media reports said.

The terrorists ambushed the vehicle in which the two Afghanistani engineers were travelling.

Abdul Shaiq Shorish, a spokesperson for Kapisa Police Headquarters, confirmed the incident to Khaama Press and said the militants killed two engineers of National Water Affairs Regulation Authority.  

The driver of the vehicle was also hurt in the incident.

The Taliban did not comment on the incident so far.