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ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan government has strongly condemned the cross-border shelling by the Afghan National Army which led to the death of four Pakistani civilians including two children, DawnNews reported.

According to military sources, the Afghan National Army attacked villagers who were returning home after collecting firewood near the Pak-Afghan border.

A civilian car was hit by the mortar attack which left two children and other occupants of the vehicle dead.

Strongly condemning the unprovoked attack, Pakistan has said that such incidents are unacceptable.

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