Six employees of the International Committee of the red cross was shot in Afghanistan.
The staff of the International Committee of the red cross (ICRC) were allegedly killed by militants supporting a terrorist organization “Islamic state”, reports the Russian service Bi-bi-si.
A red cross representative Thomas glass reported that two employees were missing.
More than 100 people died in Afghanistan due to avalanches and blizzards.
Killed and wounded, ICRC staff were locals.
The red Cross did not specify who was behind the attack, which occurred in the Northern province of Jawzjan.
Representatives of international organizations delivered humanitarian goods to remote areas affected by heavy snowfall.
This week it became known that the victims of avalanches, blizzards and severe frosts in the North-East of Afghanistan were more than 100 people.