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Four Afghans Die in Blast Thought Aimed at NATO

Four Afghans died in a bomb attack on Wednesday apparently targeting NATO peacekeepers, officials said, a day after President Bush held up Afghanistan as a role model for Iraq. The blast in the northern Afghan town of Kunduz killed two children and two men, the officials said, the latest attack in a spate of violence ahead of presidential and parliamentary polls supposed to be held in September. The blast was possibly triggered by a remote-controlled device as a vehicle from a NATO Provincial Reconstruction Team passed along a crowded road in the center of the city, Afghan officials said. No peacekeepers were hurt in the attack, a spokesman for the NATO-led International Security Assistance Force said. Full Story

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