Five local staff of a Japanese charity organization killed in Nangarhar, Afghanistan
Gunmen attacks a car of A Japanese charity in Nangarhar, Afghanistan, has killed five and injured a Japanese citizen.
Afghan Nangarhar local authorities have told media that the attack occurred this morning on December 6 in the first security district of Jalalabad, the capital of Nangarhar province.
Two others, including a Japanese citizen named Nakamura, head of the Japan Institute of Peace Medical Services in Afghanistan, were reportedly injured in the incident. Nakamura received the honorary citizenship of Afghanistan this year after serving in Afghanistan by President Ashraf Ghani.
According to preliminary reports, five civilians were killed in the accident.