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Explosion wounds 4 soldiers, Afghan spy body found
23/01/2013   |   04:10 PM | World News
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ISLAMABAD, Jan 23 (KUNA) -- In two different incidents, four soldiers were seriously wounded in a bomb blast and the mutilated body of an Afghan spy was found dumped in Waziristan tribal region of Pakistan on Wednesday, said officials.
A security forces' vehicle hit a roadside bomb in Spinwam village in North Waziristan tribal agency, security officials told KUNA. They said the blast seriously wounded four soldiers and also damaged the vehicle.
Meanwhile, the mutilated body of an Afghan spy was found dumped in the neighbouring South Waziristan tribal agency. According to tribal political administration, the body of an Afghan spy, being identified as Asmatullah Kharoti, was found with torture marks and bullet wounds on his head in Wana, the main city of the agency.
The spy has been allegedly killed by Taliban militants as the tribal authorities also found a note with his body. In the note, the militants ordered his body to be left on the road till 10:00 am so that others could learn a lesson. Also, it stated that the killed spy was responsible for the killing of Taliban commander Mullah Nazir. It is pertinent to mention here that Mullah Nazir was killed in a drone attack earlier this month. (end) amn KUNA 231610 Jan 13NNNN
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