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Suicide Bomber Kills 21 Civilians in Afghanistan

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KABUL, Afghanistan, Aug. 3 — A suicide bomber detonated his car in the market of a southern Afghan town Thursday, killing 21 civilians and wounding 13, officials said. It was the deadliest attack to date in a wave of violence accompanying the NATO alliance’s takeover of military operations from a… (Washington Post — 52 minutes ago)
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KABUL, Afghanistan, Sept. 8 — A suicide bomber rammed a Toyota sedan into a U.S. military convoy Friday morning on a busy Kabul street, triggering a blast that killed 14 Afghan civilians and two U.S. soldiers, officials here said. At least 17 other people, including a U.S. soldier, were injured. (Washington Post — 53 minutes ago)
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Suicide Bomber Kills 21 Civilians in Afghanistan
Suicide Bomber Kills 21 Civilians in Afghanistan

Suicide bombings have killed 173 people — mostly Afghan civilians — in Afghanistan this year, NATO announced for the first time Wednesday, amid a sharp escalation of Taliban violence. Bloodshed continued with 16 militants dying in southern clashes and an aid worker being gunned down in the west. (CNN — 9 hours ago)
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NATO generals failed to win the 2,500 extra troops they say are urgently needed to help crush the growing Taliban-led insurgency in Afghanistan, where the alliance said 173 people have been killed in suicide attacks this year. (International Herald Tribune — 14 hours ago)
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An explosion was heard in the Afghan capital late Monday. There was no immediate word on the cause or if there were any casualties. (International Herald Tribune — 12 September, 2006)
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A suicide bombing cell is operating in the Afghan capital with the aim of targeting foreign troops, the U.S. military said Sunday. (International Herald Tribune — 10 September, 2006)
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Major suicide attacks in Afghanistan since the fall of the Taliban in late 2001: (International Herald Tribune — 9 September, 2006)
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