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One killed, 10 harmed in blast during Chaman channel along Pak-Afghan border

At slightest one chairman has been killed and 10 others harmed in an blast nearby a Chaman channel along a Pak-Afghan border.

Quoting sources, Express News said of those injured, condition of two is pronounced to be critical.

Sources pronounced it was a self-murder attack, and a assailant blew himself nearby a confidence army vehicle.

Chaman is one of a crossings of a Pak-Afghan border. The dual nations are divided by a Durand Line, a 2,400-kilometre (1,500-mile) limit drawn by a British in 1896 and doubtful by Kabul, that does not strictly recognize it as an general border.

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