A Taliban car bomb targeted a US company in Kabul on Monday, killing one person and wounding at least 15 shortly after a landmine killed 10 young girls in eastern Afghanistan, officials said.
Afghanistan police and security forces search the site of an explosion in Kabul on December 17, 2012. A Taliban car bomb exploded at a compound owned by a US-based military contractor in Kabul, killing one person and wounding at least 15, including foreigners, officials said.
It was the most brazen assault aimed at Westerners in the fortified Afghan capital since a suicide car bomber killed 12 people, including eight South Africans, on September 18.
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