7 die, 91 wounded in blast near NATO headquarters in Kabul

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August 15, 2009 12:12

 
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A suicide car bomb exploded Saturday outside the main gate of NATO's headquarters less than a week before presidential elections, killing seven and wounding 91 in the biggest attack in the Afghan capital in six months. The bomber evaded several rings of Afghan police and detonated his explosives at the doorstep to the international military headquarters, an assault possibly aimed at sending the message that the Taliban can attack anywhere as Afghans gear up for their second-ever direct presidential election. Militants have warned Afghans not to vote and have threatened to attack voting sites. The NATO headquarters - where top commander US Gen. Stanley McChrystal is based - sits beside the US Embassy and shares the same street as the presidential palace.

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