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Six Pakistani officers, soldiers martyred in helicopter crash in Congo: ISPR

Summary by Ground News
Pakistan Aviation Unit is deployed in UN Mission Congo on peacekeeping duties since 2011. The exact cause of the crash is yet to be ascertained. Pakistan has always played a pivotal role as responsible member of the international community to help realise ideals of global peace and security through active participation in various UN Peacekeeping missions.
3 months ago·Congo, Australia

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Six Pakistani officers, soldiers martyred in helicopter crash in Congo: ISPR

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Eight UN peacekeepers, including six Pakistani soldiers, martyred in Congo

ISPR says the soldiers were martyred while undertaking a reconnaissance mission in Congo

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