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2002 Kabul bombing

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2002 Kabul bombing

2002 Kabul bombing
Location Kabul, Afghanistan
Date September 5, 2002
Target Unknown
Attack type
Suicide car bomb
Deaths 30
Non-fatal injuries
Perpetrators Taliban

The 2002 Kabul bombing was a car bomb explosion that killed 30 people and wounded 167 on September 5, 2002, in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan.[1]


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