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Kabul Korrespondence

Fresh, factual, and funky view of Afghanistan and the surrounding Central Asian region

3 attacks in Kabul District in 3 days

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

November 27 2008
KABUL (Reuters) - A suicide car bomb targeting a foreign military convoy in the Afghan capital Kabul killed two civilians on Tuesday, a senior police official said.
Several people were also wounded by the blast in central Kabul outside a Defence Ministry building close to the British, Canadian and Pakistani embassies.
(Unconfirmed reports say that the two killed were CIA personal and another person was also killed by the explosion)

Images by Karin Mayer

Images by Elissa Bogos

November 26 2008
KABUL (AFP) - A bomb planted on a dust road used by Italian military forces on the outskirts of Kabul tore apart a car Monday, killing four Afghan men, security officials said. The bomb, apparently remotely detonated, exploded as the car passed through farmland in the Charasyab area, about 15 kilometres (10 miles) southeast of the city centre. General Zalmai Uriakhail, a city police chief, said the four men were local farmers and it was unclear why their vehicle had been targeted.

November 25 2008
PAGHMAN, Afghanistan (AFP) - A suicide bomber blew himself up Saturday in a scenic Afghan town near Kabul, killing six people -- most of them children -- and wounding 12, officials said. Four of the wounded were Italian engineers, they added.
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