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Security Tightened in Kabul After Bombing

Security was tightened across Kabul on Monday in the wake of a vehicle bomb on Sunday that killed three Americans working for an American contractor and at least four other people. Among those killed were at least four Afghans, including a child and an 18-year-old youth who was struck in the neck by a piece of glass. The Americans worked for DynCorp Inc., which is owned by the Computer Sciences Corporation of El Segundo, Calif., and has an American government contract to train the Afghan police. Mike Dickerson, a company spokesman, said that in addition to the three American employees who had been killed, two employees were missing. He said one was an Afghan, and the other a Nepali. Full Story

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