Suicide car bomber kills two civilians, wounds four in Afghanistan

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November 27, 2007 12:19

 
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A suicide car bomber ignited a huge blast Tuesday near two armored vehicles used by US-led coalition troops in Kabul, killing at least two civilians and destroying the wall of a nearby house, witnesses and officials said. A purported spokesman for the Hezb-i-Islami armed group claimed responsibility for the attack. The armored vehicles were damaged, but no troops were wounded, said Lt. Col. David Johnson, a coalition spokesman. Four other people, including two Pakistani road construction workers were wounded in the blast, said Dr. Mohammad Musa from Kabul's Wazir Akbar Khan hospital.

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