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5 people were killed and 8 others were injured in two attacks in Pakistan

Five terrorists were killed and eight others were injured in an exchange of fire with the Pakistani border guards during two separate armed attacks in the cities of "Quetta" and "Turbat."

Pakistan Radio today, Tuesday, quoted the Pakistani army’s public relations as saying that in the first incident, the terrorists launched an attack on a Pakistani forces ’base, which led to an exchange of fire between the two sides, which resulted in the killing of four soldiers and wounding six others.

In the second attack, terrorists targeted a bus belonging to the border guards with an explosive device in the city of "Turbat", wounding two soldiers.

On the other hand, at least ten people died as a result of accidents related to heavy rains, lightning and storms in the city of "Okara" in the "Punjab" region of Pakistan.

The Pakistani "Geo News" channel reported today, Tuesday, that eight people, including four children, were killed when the roof of a house collapsed due to rain in "Tariqabad" area in "Okara" city, noting that two other people were killed after a tree fell and a wall collapsed.