5 soldiers wounded in Pakistan suicide bombing

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August 17, 2007 15:01

 
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A suicide attacker rammed his explosive-laden vehicle into a military convoy in troubled northwestern Pakistan on Friday, wounding at least five soldiers in the blast, police said. The soldiers were traveling through the town of Tank, 50 kilometers west of the city of Dera Ismail Khan, when the attacker struck, said Idrees Khan, an area police chief.

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