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Source: Agence France-Presse (AFP)
Date: 18 Oct 2010

HERAT, Afghanistan — A bomb attack at rush hour on Monday killed at least three civilians and wounded eight other people in Afghanistan’s western city of Herat, an official said.

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ISLAMABAD, Aug. 4 (Xinhua) — At least six women, four girls and two men have been killed while eight others seriously injured during exchange of fire between security forces and the militants in northwest Pakistan Tuesday, local news agency reported. (more…)

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By OLESYA VARTANYAN and MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ

Published: August 4, 2009

TBILISI, Georgia — An explosion in Georgia close to its border with the breakaway region of South Ossetia injured a Georgian teenager on Tuesday, and Georgian and South Ossetian officials traded accusations of cross-border shelling. (more…)

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UPDATED ON:
Tuesday, August 04, 2009
21:14 Mecca time, 18:14 GMT

Five people have been killed in a blast in the Shahjoy district of Afghanistan’s southern Zabul province, officials said. (more…)

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04 Aug 2009 09:44:13 GMT
Source: Reuters

(For full coverage of Afghanistan)
* Rockets land in same district as U.S., British embassies
* Child hurt, minor damage; Taliban claim responsibility
* Provincial governor escapes assassination attempt (Adds President Karzai quotes, suicide attack) (more…)

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By KIM GAMEL (AP) – 15 hours ago

BAGHDAD — A suicide car bomber struck a police checkpoint in a small town west of Baghdad on Monday, killing at least three people, in the latest attack in a region that was once a Sunni insurgent stronghold but later became key to a nationwide drop in violence. (more…)

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UPDATED ON: Saturday, July 25, 2009
18:17 Mecca time, 15:17 GMT
At least four people have been killed and 12 wounded after a car bomb exploded outside the offices of a Sunni Arab political party in the western Iraqi city of Fallujah, a police officer said. (more…)

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