Mortar shells fired from Afghanistan hit a border village in northwest Pakistan on Tuesday, killing two civilians, security officials said.
Taliban fighters stand with their weapons during a ceremony in Herat, western Afghanistan, on August 7, 2013. Mortar shells fired from Afghanistan have hit a border village in northwest Pakistan, killing two civilians, security officials told AFP.
Two officials in the country's northwest told AFP that six mortar shells fired from the eastern Afghan province of Khost landed in Bange Dar village in Pakistan's North Waziristan tribal district.
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