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4 polis maut, 12 cedera bom meletup di Pakistan | The Malaysian Insight

4 polis maut, 12 cedera bom meletup di Pakistan

14.5.2019

4 polis maut, 12 cedera bom meletup di Pakistan

Kejadian berlaku ketika anggota polis sedang bertugas di luar masjid di kawasan bandar satelit Quetta, Balochistan.

Orang ramai memberi bantuan kepada mangsa letupan bom dengan membawanya ke hospital di Quetta, Pakistan pada 13 Mei 2019. Sekurang-kurangnya empat anggota polis terbunuh dan 12 orang lagi cedera dalam kejadian itu. – Gambar EPA, 14 Mei, 2019.

Jurucakap Hospital Quetta Wasim Baig mengesahkan empat anggota polis terbunuh manakala seorang mangsa yang cedera berada dalam keadaan kritikal.

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