Afghanistan: Suicide bomber on Kabul police bus kills at least 12

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October 2, 2007 06:19

 
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A suicide bomber set off a blast in a bus carrying police officers in Kabul on Tuesday, killing or wounding at least 10 people in the second such attack in four days, police said. Police recognized the attacker beforehand and tried to stop him, said deputy police chief Zalmay Khan, but the bomber was still able to detonate his explosives somewhere near the front of the bus, peeling off the roof and damaging shops around the explosion.

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