A car bombing targeted a joint base of security forces in Uruzgan province on Wednesday, an official said.

Uruzgan Governor Mohammad Omar Sherzad told media in a video clip,  that Taliban insurgents detonated a car bomb at a joint Afghan joint security base in the Chinarak area of ​​Tirinkot at around 3 a.m., killing two soldiers, a policeman, and an uprising force member, and further three security force members were wounded.

He added, that fresh troops were deployed to the region for assistance and backup and currently the area is under the control of the Afghan government forces.

Uruzgan province is one of the most insecure provinces in the southern part of the country.

The Taliban have not yet commented on the attack.

This comes as Hafizullah, a judge, was assassinated by unidentified armed men in jalalabad of nangarhar province this morning, local police officials indicated.


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