Two NATO truck drivers killed in rocket attack near Quetta
Islamabad: Two NATO truck drivers were killed and 10 containers were damaged Friday night when several brazen rockets attacks were carried out in Pakistan on the outskirts of Quetta city, Daily Times reported Saturday.
The incident happened when unidentified armed men fired four rockets targeting NATO containers that were en route to Kandahar from Karachi and had been temporary parked at the terminal, police said.
The assailants also opened indiscriminate fire that lasted for about half an hour, killing both the drivers, a police official said.
On Thursday, at least 116 people were killed and 235 others injured in four blasts in Pakistan. Three of the four blasts hit Quetta city in Balochistan province.
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