A suicide attack near a U.S military base, six killed, Kabul.
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A suicide attack near a U.S military base, six killed, Kabul.

Kabul : Afghanistan | Sep 17, 2012 at 1:12 AM PDT
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NATO in Afghanistan - Ahmed Shah Massoud (with subtitles)

Near the U.S and British embassies in Kabul six people killed in a suicide attack near the base of NATO army. Children are also included among the killed ones. According to International Army spokesman the suicide bomber was riding on a motorcycle. And he blew himself near the entrance of military base. It should be clear that from now eleven years ago a bomber of Al-Qaeda killed the opposite-Taliban leader Ahmad Shah Massoud. On the occasion of the eleventh death anniversary of Ahmad Shah Massoud security arrangements have been tightened in Kabul. The International spokesman of army also said that after attack security get strong around the military base.

Afghan police have confirmed that this attack is done by a suicide bomber. In attack on road side goods saling people are affected. And it can be seen when ambulance was carrying the bodies of children. Those children killed in attack who outside the military base sells small equipment. The Military base on which attack is done near this base American and British embassies are located. And at that place there is a palace of Afghan president. A spokesman of Taliban said by taking Americans hidden agency as target it is attacked by extremist group. It should be clear that today is holiday in the honor of Ahmad Shah Massoud.

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writerpunjabi is based in Karāchi, Sind, Pakistan, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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