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    Suicide Bomber Attacks NATO Convoy in Afghan Capital

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    At least four civilians were injured in a recent suicide bomber attack that targeted a convoy of NATO security forces.

    MOSCOW (Sputnik) — A suicide bomber detonated his explosives in Kabul's Charahi Qambar square on Sunday morning, local media reported.

    The attack was targeted against NATO security forces convoy. At least four civilians were injured in the attack.

    Moreover, there are no causalities among NATO's servicemen in Sunday's suicide attack in Kabul, as NATO's Resolute Support Mission in Afghanistan said.

    "There are no Resolute Support causalities as a result of the explosion. A team from Resolute Support is on the scene to recover vehicle. There is no impact to Resolute Support operations," the mission wrote on Twitter.

    Clashes between the Afghan security forces and terrorists groups are a regular occurrence in Afghanistan. The country continues to fight terrorists amid political problems and security issues.


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