Six injured in Afghanistan car bombing
Kabul: At least six security men were injured in Afghanistan Friday after a suspected Taliban militant rammed his explosive-laden car into the wall of an Afghan-NATO military base, Xinhua reported.
The incident occurred in the evening in Nangarhar province.
"The bomber rammed his explosive-laden vehicle into the wall of the base near the entrance of the compound at about 6.40 pm," said a provincial police spokesperson, adding the camp was located in Torkham, a town near the border with Pakistan.
Taliban were yet to react on the incident.
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