Suicide bombers drugged disappointed in terrorism and surrendered

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Photo: Omar Sobhani / Reuters

A suicide bomber gave himself up to police in southern Afghanistan in Helmand province. He told security forces that he almost committed a terrorist act under the influence of drugs. About it reports “Interfax” with reference to the Ministry of internal Affairs of the country on Monday, February 5.

The interior Ministry explained that the village Mukhtor to the police station, a man came and said that the Taliban forced him to take drugs and told to commit a terrorist act. States that he is now under police guard.

According to the Agency, earlier in Nadali district of the same province law enforcement gave up another terrorist deserter who refused to carry out the attack.

The Islamist Taliban movement emerged in 1994 in the midst of the Afghan war. In 1996-2001 the Taliban were in power in Afghanistan, and after the overthrow in 2001, began to conduct a guerrilla war with government troops and NATO forces in Afghanistan and Pakistan. In Russia the Taliban is recognized as a terrorist organization.

Video, photo All from Russia.



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