Suicide attack kills 10 policemen in Afghanistan

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April 16, 2007 08:03

 
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A suicide attacker ran onto a police training ground and blew himself up, killing 10 policemen and wounding 10 others Monday in northern Afghanistan, a security official said. The attack happened in the relatively quiet city of Kunduz, said Abdul Hadi, a security official. Militant attacks in the north are rare.

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