Thursday, November 27, 2008
12:24 Mecca time, 09:24 GMT
News CENTRAL/S. ASIA
Blast rocks Afghan capital
At least seven people have reportedly been killed in the explosion near the US
At least seven people have reportedly been killed and 16 injured in a large
explosion near the US embassy in the Afghan capital of Kabul, witnesses and
Officials suspect it was a suicide attack that struck a convoy of foreign
troops close to the embassy entrance on Thursday.
Reports say the bomber detonated explosives about 200 metres from the heavily
guarded entrance to the US compound.
The head of criminal investigations of Kabul police said four civilians had
been killed in the blast, but Mohammad Ayoub Salangi, Kabul police chief, said
only one civilian had been killed and six more wounded when the bomber blew up
his Toyota saloon car on a road near the embassy and the health ministry.
US embassy staff were off work for the Thanksgiving public holiday and were
unlikely to be out on the roads at the time, an embassy spokesman said.
The blast occurred on the last day of the visit by the United Nations security
The Taliban have claimed responsibility for the attack.
Security in Afghanistan has become a key concern for foreign troops and
officials, as the country faces an increasingly resurgent Taliban.
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