Pakistani soldiers killed in Afghan border attack

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Pakistan says a "terrorist" attack staged from across the Afghanistan border has killed at least two soldiers and wounded four others.

However, the ISPR added that during the exchange of fire with terrorists, fearless sons of soil Captain Junaid Hafeez and Sepoy Raham embraced shahadat while four soldiers got injured.

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Two security personnel, including a captain, and 10 terrorists were killed today in exchange of fire during an attack on a security check post in Pakistan's restive northwest Bajaur Agency, bordering Afghanistan.

Major General Asif Ghafoor tweeted on Monday that Pakistan was paying the price for a security vacuum on the Afghan side of the border.

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The Pakistan army is also constructing fully-equipped new posts and forts along the border, hoping the plan will address mutual concerns about terrorist infiltration from both sides.

Talking about the militant hideouts in a war-torn Afghanistan, General Ghafoor said: "It now requires the elimination of terrorist sanctuaries in Afghanistan and effective Afghan border security". There was no immediate response from the Afghan government. "The absence of Afghan (state) writ on (the) Afghan side of the border, like many other areas, facilitates terrorists to undertake such attempts", the ISPR said.

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