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Suspect accused of attempting to detonate bomb to learn fate soon

Suspect accused of attempting to detonate bomb to learn fate soon

Investigators have finally identified the main culprit who was behind an attempt to detonate a bomb in 2014 in Demistan. The suspect is now a prisoner for his involvement in many terror cases.

His involvement has been established after fingerprints extracted from the crime scene were found matching with those of the suspect. He was referred for trial before the High Criminal Court, which is set to announce its verdict in the case on September 26, 2018.

The incident happened in September 2014, where a strange device was found to be burning. Police officers received a complaint and sent bomb experts to dismantle it. They confirmed it was a real bomb which failed to explode. Initial investigations didn’t succeed in discovering the culprits behind the bombing attempt.




475 violate traffic rules, drive on hard shoulder

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BTEA honours 185 tour guides

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