Roadside Bomb Kills 4 Afghan Civilians, Wounds 6
    2009-03-10 18:20:06     Xinhua      Web Editor: Xu Leiying
 
A roadside bomb planted by Taliban insurgent struck a mini-bus in Helmand province south of Afghanistan Tuesday leaving four persons dead and wounding six others, all of them civilians, spokesman for provincial administration Daud Ahmadi said.

"The gruesome incident occurred today in Nadali district killing four civilians and injuring six others, four of them in critical condition," Ahmadi told Xinhua.

He put the attack on Taliban, adding Taliban insurgents were behind the gruesome incident to harm people.

Meantime, Qari yusuf Ahmadi who claims to speak for Taliban outfit in talks with media from undisclosed locations claimed that ten government soldiers were killed in the blast.

Taliban insurgents fighting Afghan and international troops in Afghanistan have vowed to intensify their activities this year.
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