Six Afghan refugees killed in conflict in Pak


Peshawar, August 19

At least six Afghan refugees, together with 5 brothers, have been killed in a conflict between two Afghan teams over a dispute on cost of electrical energy invoice at a refugee camp in northwest Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.

According to police, two Afghan teams fired at one another after a dispute over cost of electrical energy invoice in Haripur district.

In the firing, six Afghan refugees have been killed and 4 others have been injured. PTI

 



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