Pakistan Army conducts huge operation in a foreign country, kills 12 terrorists

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news54sf45sf54BENGUAI, CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC – Fighters with the former Seleka rebel group attacked a northern town in Central African Republic and clashes left at least 30 dead and 57 wounded as United Nations peacekeepers confronted them.
Pakistani army repelled the attackers, killing at least 12 of them. The attack in Kaga-Bandoro was likely retaliation for the death on Tuesday of a suspected former Seleka member, the UN mission said in a statement.

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