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Taliban would-be suicide bomber surrenders in Helmand

Salaam Times

HELMAND -- A Taliban would-be suicide bomber surrendered to Afghan security forces in Helmand Province, Khaama Press reported Tuesday (February 6).

The trained bomber was ordered to carry out a suicide attack in Lashkargah, the provincial government press office said in a statement.

He refused and turned himself in to police, the statement said.

Separately, on Monday (February 5), Afghan security forces killed a potential suicide bomber before he could detonate a car bomb in Marjah District, Helmand Province.

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