Two people were wounded in Sar-e-Pol-Zahab due to the mine blast.
The Kurdistan Human Rights Network (KHRN) has been informed that, on Saturday, April 22, a mine exploded after a shovel hit a mine while labourers were working in the village of Bishkan in Sar-e-Pol-Zahab and two people were wounded as a result.
The mine blast are happening despite the fact that this area was declared “free from landmines” in 2012 and the government even held a celebration ceremony on the occasion.
Earlier on Apr 8 this year, a soldier lost his life due to mine blast in one of the army barracks in Qasr-e Shirin city of Kermanshah province.
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