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Car Bomber Targets NATO Convoy in Afghanistan
Car Bomber Targets NATO Convoy in Afghanistan

Car Bomber Targets NATO Convoy in Afghanistan

Car Bomber Targets NATO Convoy in Afghanistan

At least three civilians were wounded when a suicide car bomb targeted a convoy of foreign forces in Kabul. A NATO team arrived at the scene of the blast. A car bomber attacked a Danish convoy belonging to the NATO-led Resolute Support mission in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Sunday. At least three civilians were wounded, DW reported. “There are no Resolute Support casualties as a result of the explosion,” said Captain William Salvin, a spokesman for the NATO mission. Salvin said a team was on the scene to recover the vehicle. He added that the attack would not impact the mission’s operations. The convoy was hit by the car bomb in Kabul’s police district five, Basir Mujahid, a Kabul police spokesman said.

 

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