Afghan president condemns terrorist attack in Pakistan

16:39, December 26, 2010      

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Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai has strongly condemned the terrorist attack that left over a dozen dead and injured in Pakistani district of Bajawar on Saturday, a statement released by his office said on Sunday.

"The coward attack in Bajawar once again indicates that terrorists as the enemies of Islam and humanity just want to kill innocent people,"Karzai said in the statement.

In the suicide bombing that rocked Bajawar's main city Khar on Saturday morning left 43 people dead and 72 others injured, according to local media reports.

The Afghan president, whose government has been fighting Taliban and associated insurgents over the past several years, in the statement also emphasized for joint struggle against terrorism.

Source: Xinhua
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