Car bomb kills Afghan provincial intelligence chief

By REUTERS
August 4, 2011 06:57

 
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KUNDUZ, Afghanistan - A car bomb killed the head of Afghanistan's intelligence service in the northern Kunduz province on Thursday morning, the latest in a string of high profile assassinations, a spokesman for the Kunduz police chief said.

Three civilians were also wounded by the blast from the bomb planted in the car of Payenda Khan, head of the National Directorate of Security in Kunduz, police spokesman Sayed Sarwar Husaini said.

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