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Bomber Hits Canadian Vehicle in Kandahar

A suicide bomber in a car attacked a Canadian armored vehicle Friday outside the southern Afghan city of Kandahar, Afghan army officials said. An Associated Press reporter at the scene saw the wrecked car used for the attack. The Canadian vehicle had punctured tires and some damage to its body. The attacker had the name of an outlawed Pakistani Islamic militant group, Lashkar-e-Jhangvi, written on his vest and documents retrieved from his body indicated he was an Afghan, said Gen. Rehmatullah Raufi, the Afghan army commander for southern Afghanistan. Full Story

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