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Pakistan Condemns Attack By Iran, Says It Killed 2 Children And Wounded 3

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An Iranian strike on targets inside Pakistan killed two “innocent children” and wounded three other people, the Pakistani government said, calling the attack an “unprovoked violation” of the country’s airspace.

Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry issued a statement confirming the attack, which were first first announced by Iranian media reports that were later withdrawn. The reports said the strikes were on bases of a Sunni militant group.

The attack further raises tensions in a Middle East already roiled by Israel’s war on Hamas in the Gaza Strip. The attack also threatens the relations between Iran and Pakistan, which long have eyed each other with suspicion while maintaining diplomatic relations.


The Foreign Ministry statement said Pakistan strongly condemned the attack on its Balochistan province.

“This violation of Pakistan’s sovereignty is completely unacceptable and can have serious consequences,” it warned.


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