IED blast kills two security officials in North Waziristan

Pakistan's Ambassador to the United States Asad Majeed Khan has said that the measures taken at international level to provide debt relief to the coronavirus-hit developing countries have helped Pakistan in coping with a very difficult economic situation. Talking to a US television, he said the crisis stemming from the pandemic could not have come at a worse time for Pakistan because the "very tough economic reforms" that government undertook over the last one year had just begun to produce results. The Ambassador said we are trying to do our best to look after the vulnerable population by giving cash directly into their hands and also providing them subsidized rations.

IED blast kills two security officials in North Waziristan.

Two soldiers embraced martyrdom while many sustained wounds in an IED attack on Security Forces’ vehicle.

IED blast kills two security officials

Improvised explosive device exploded near Miran Shah in North Waziristan district.

The incident took place when the troops were conducting routine patrolling in South East of Miran Shah.

The martyrs include Subedar Aziz and Lance Naik Mushtaq.

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