Afghanistan: Bomb hits UN vehicle, killing five

April 17, 2007 10:52

A roadside bomb hit a United Nations vehicle in southern Afghanistan Tuesday, killing four Nepalese security guards and an Afghan driver, a police official said. The victims were traveling through Kandahar city in a gray vehicle with blue UN license plates when the explosion hit, said Ahmad Jan Agha, a police officer at the scene.

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