Afghanistan: Suicide bomber targets NATO convoy

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December 5, 2006 11:05

 
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A suicide bomber targeted a NATO convoy in southern Afghanistan on Tuesday, injuring two civilians and damaging a military vehicle, police said. The bomber struck the convoy in Kandahar city but it was not immediately clear whether there were any NATO casualties, said Razaq Khan, a police official at the site. A NATO spokesman had no immediate information. At least one NATO vehicle was damaged by the blast, according to an Associated Press reporter at the scene.

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