Pakistan shuts second key border crossing into Afghanistan
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Pakistan shuts down another primal border crossing into Afghanistan. The second closure of border will halt trade supplies to Afghanistan. This came after the wake of a bloody suicide bombing at a shrine in Sehwan, Pakistan.
The Chaman in southwest Baluchistan province has been shut border closure after an attack on a Sufi shrine in southern Pakistan on Thursday that left 88 worshippers dead. Pakistan has made the move in order to put press Kabul to take action against militants have sanctuaries in Afghanistan.
In Pakistan, the security forces have launched nationwide operations, and have killed more than 100 terrorists.
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