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Two Pakistani soldiers killed in NW Pakistan: officials

Two Pakistani soldiers were killed and one injured in cross border firing near the Afghan border in the restive northwest, officials said Sunday. "Two soldiers were martyred and one injured when militants from Afghanistan opened fire on Pakistani troops," a senior security official told AFP on condition of anonymity. He said the incident took place in the Barmal area of South Waziristan, which shares its borders with Afghanistan's Paktika province.
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