At least 17 people including children were killed in a bomb attack in Kabul on Sunday and another blast overnight at a religious school in the southeast. The Taliban militia claimed responsibility for a car bomb in Kabul, which a spokesman from President Hamid Karzai’s office said killed at least two U.S. nationals, three Nepalis, and two Afghans, including a child. At least nine children and one adult died in the earlier explosion at the school, a U.S. military spokeswoman said. A Western official at the scene of Sunday’s blast in front of the offices of international security company DynCorp said he expected the death toll from the car bomb to rise. Full Story
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