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Bomb Kills Three in Southern Afghanistan-Report

At least three Afghans were killed when a bomb exploded in the vehicle they were traveling in, the latest in a series of blasts that have rocked the south of the country in recent months, state media reported on Monday. The explosion ripped through a vehicle in the Panjwaye district of Kandahar province, the Arman-e-Millie daily newspaper reported without saying when the blast occurred. The government mouthpiece described the situation in Panjwaye area as “insecure.” Kandahar province has been rocked by a series of attacks and explosions since the start of the year which the government has blamed on remnants of the ousted Taliban regime and the al Qaeda network it sheltered, many of them operating from Pakistan. In the deadliest so far, 18 people died when an explosion ripped through a bus on the outskirts of Kandahar city, the province’s capital and the Taliban’s former stronghold. Full Story

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