Roadside blast hits Afghan army bus, 7 wounded

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May 3, 2007 05:58

 
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A remote-control bomb hit an Afghan army bus in Kabul on Thursday, wounding at least seven people, an official and witnesses said. The bomb was placed in a cart on the side of the road and exploded while the bus passed by, said Ali Riza, an Afghan National Army officer at the scene. Seven wounded people were taken to the hospital, officials and witness at the scene said.

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