Source Pravda.Ru

Afghani frontier guards discovered 160 powerful explosive devices

160 powerful explosive devices hidden in a truck with vegetables were discovered by frontier guards in the eastern Afghani province of Nangarhar /capital Jalalabad/ nearby the Pakistani border.

This was disclosed by British "Dawn" having referred to statement of Afghani General Hialbaz. Thus, owing to the arrest of the major party of explosive devices, destructive diversions and terrorist acts were prevented in Afghanistan, the General alleged.

Part of the explosive devices were industrial manufactured and the other part was homemade.

Two people - a truck driver and a security guard, were arrested. The investigation must find out who was sending the bombs and who ordered them.

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