Two Afghan police, one civilian killed in Afghanistan

Other News Materials 23 April 2011 15:31 (UTC +04:00)

An Afghan civilian and two police officers were killed by roadside bombs in Afghanistan, officials said, reported DPA.

One civilian was killed and another injured when a bomb exploded on Saturday in northern province of Kunduz, Abdul Rahim, police chief of Khan Abad district, said.

A national police supply convoy was ambushed by "enemies of peace and stability," Interior Ministry said. The term is used by officials to describe Taliban insurgents.

Two police officers were killed and two others wounded, it said.

The incident took place Saturday morning in Sorach area of Shiwa district in eastern province of Nangarhar.

The ministry condemned the "un-Islamic and inhumane action," saying such attacks would not weaken the resolve of the police force.