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The blast struck near Camp Salerno, a mainly US base on the outskirts of the town of Khost, about 40 kilometres from the border with Pakistan, the officials said.
‘There was an explosion in the vicinity of Salerno... initial reports indicate it was a suicide vehicle,’ a spokeswoman for Nato’s International Security Assistance Force (Isaf) in eastern Afghanistan told AFP.
First reports said five Afghan children, a woman and a man were wounded, said the spokeswoman, Lieutenant Colonel Rumi Nielson-Green.
‘There are no Isaf forces being reported as casualties so far,’ she said.
The blast appeared to have been aimed at a smaller Isaf base near Salerno, she said. Camp Salerno is the biggest US base in eastern Afghanistan.
Afghan interior ministry spokesman Zemarai Bashary told AFP there had been a suicide attack but had no information on casualties.
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During the 1970s, there were over 8,000 Palestinians in Pakistan. Now, however, there are 450 Palestinian students and 25 Palestinian families living across the country, according to Jaser Ahmed, the chargé d’affaires at the Palestinian embassy in Islamabad. The students are scattered across institutes in Hyderabad, Karachi, Lahore, Quetta and Multan while the families are primarily based in Islamabad and Karachi.
Mr. Ahmed claims that the number of Palestinians here has reduced because students increasingly opt to complete undergraduate degrees in Middle Eastern countries such as Jordan.
Still, the Pakistani government reserves 50 seats for Palestinian students in universities across the country: 13 are for medicine, four for dentistry, 23 for engineering, and 10 for pharmacy. Eight scholarships are also available
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The overall law and order situation in the country and Pakistan-India tensions in the wake of Mumbai attacks were also discussed in the meeting, which was also attended by Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif.
PML-N officials would not divulge any details of Mr Zardari’s message but claim that Mr Malik visited Raiwind to seek support of the Punjab government ‘in handling the proposed long march without any eventuality.' 'Mr Malik wants the PML-N to extend but only a symbolic support to the lawyers and avoid making it a big show in the wake of the deteriorating law and order situation and tensions on borders,' a party official said.
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