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Pakistani security forces are looking for those responsible for the killing of six soldiers

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Sunday’s attacks in the volatile southern province of Balochistan resulted in the deaths of six troops and the injury of seventeen civilians. Yesterday, Pakistani security authorities widened their manhunt in an effort to apprehend the attackers.

Abdul Aziz Ukaili, a top government official in Balochistan province, reported that nine attacks occurred in the province on Sunday. No people were killed in the attacks, tweeted the official. Shahbaz Sharif, the country’s prime minister, condemned the violence in Balochistan.

Earlier in a statement, the Pakistani army stated that five soldiers, including a captain, were killed when their vehicle struck a roadside bomb during an operation in Kahan, a remote district of Balochistan near the Afghanistan border.

According to a senior police official, a sixth soldier was killed in combat with the Pakistani Taliban in the Sambaza region of Zhob district. The officer stated that an extremist was also slain in the exchange of gunfire.

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