Posts Tagged ‘suicide bombing’

Dawn | Syed Irfan Raza | June 14, 2011

ISLAMABAD: It is official. The peaceful interlude in Islamabad is over. Two consecutive blasts, including the suicide attack on a bank on Monday, have shattered the calm that pervaded in Islamabad for over a year, though security experts are still unclear of the significance of the two targets. (more…)

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CNN | May 21, 2011

A suicide bombing ripped through a military hospital in Kabul on Saturday as a warning surfaced from the commander of coalition forces in Afghanistan of increased “high-profile attacks” over the summer. (more…)

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TOL News

April 20, 2011

An Afghan civilian was wounded in a suicide attack in eastern Nangarhar province on Wednesday, local officials said. (more…)

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The New York Times, By Alissa J. Rubin

April 16, 2011

KABUL, Afghanistan — For the second time in two days, a suicide bomber used an Afghan uniform to elude early detection and approach his target, killing five NATO service members attending an early Saturday meeting at the headquarters of the Afghan 201 Corps in the country’s east. The bombing was one of the worst attacks of its kind, NATO and Afghan military officials said. (more…)

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BAGHDAD, Oct. 28 (UPI)

A series of car bombs in Iraq has killed two police officers and injured 10 others, including two civilians, officials said.


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KABUL, 16 June 2010 (IRIN) – Only seconds after a convoy of armoured military vehicles passed Fawad Tokhi, 35, at about 8.20am in the south of Kabul city on 18 May, he was wounded in a suicide attack.

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Source: Pakistan Daily Times

Monday, June 14, 2010

BAGHDAD: Suicide bombers and gunmen in military uniform killed 15 people on Sunday in an unprecedented attack on the Iraq Central Bank in Baghdad that sparked a firefight with security forces. (more…)

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