(One TV): An Afghan acting district police chief was killed in a bomb blast in the country’s central-eastern Ghazni province last night, officials said Tuesday.
Amanullah Ibrahimi, acting police chief for Ghazni’s Rashidan district, was killed after his vehicle was hit by a roadside bomb in Qayaq Valley around 7:40p.m. Ahmad Khan Sirat, a police official in Ghazni, said that three other police were wounded in the bombing. There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the attack. Sirat said that two militants were killed in clashes with security forces on Monday in Qayaq Valley, the same area where the bombing happened.