Two armed men killed four aid workers on Monday (February 22) in an area bordering Afghanistan in the north-west of the country.
A police source revealed that four humanitarian workers were shot dead by two armed men last Monday in the north-west of Pakistan, informs Le Figaro. In recent months, this area has been the subject of an outbreak of extremist violence.
Shafiullah Gandapur, the local police chief, reported that the humanitarian were attacked as they drove through a village in North Waziristan district, located in tribal areas, reports RFI.
A fifth humanitarian worker survived this fatal attack. Still according to the police chief, “no one has claimed responsibility for the attack yet, but it was certainly an act of terrorism”.
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