Suicide bomber kills at least six Afghan civilians

By REUTERS
May 16, 2013 09:25

 
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KABUL - At least six Afghan civilians were killed and 30 wounded on Thursday when a suicide bomber targeted a convoy of foreign forces, Afghan officials said on Thursday.

"It was a powerful explosion and some of the dead civilians were badly burnt and can not be recognized," Kaneshka Baktash, a spokesman for Afghanistan's Health Ministry, told Reuters.

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