Suicide bomber targets Afghan peace council advisor

By REUTERS
June 21, 2014 10:58

 
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KABUL - A suicide bomber in western Kabul targeted top High Peace Council advisor Mohammad Massom Stanikzai on Saturday, police said, killing one civilian and injuring several others.

Stanikzai escaped unharmed, but a black armored car was damaged in the bombing, according to a Reuters witness. The incident was under investigation according to police.

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