Saturday, August 15, 2009

Growing number of victims in Afghanistan

At least seven people died, a hundred wounded in car bomb explosion in front of the seat of NATO forces in Kabul near the U.S. Embassy, stated the Afghan Ministry of Defense. Responsibility for the attack download talibani. Meta attack American embassies.

Front seat of NATO forces in Kabul, near the American Embassy, in a car bomb explosion at least seven people died, a hundred wounded, stated the Afghan Ministry of Defense. Rights attack bomber was performed only five days before the elections in Afghanistan, in one of the najsigurnijih zone in the city center where most foreign embassies, and responsibility for it are taken talibani that the days of threatening to prevent the elections.

Talibani have stated that the main target of the attack was the American Embassy.

"The goal was the American Embassy, but we were unable to guess," said Reuters spokesman Talibana Zabihula Mujahid napominjući that the explosion killed several foreign troops.

"Among the slain were civilians pripadici and international security forces (ISAF)," stated the representative of ISAF, General Eric Trembli and Afghan Ministry of Transport, which is the most damaged, stated that dozens of officials of the ministry violated the swoop razbijenog glass .

Jutrošnji attack has been uzdrmao citizens and the government before the presidential elections in which the race will be held between President Hamid Karzaja and another 35 candidates.

Karzaj condemned the attack, but said that will not prevent Avganistance to vote. "Enemies Afghanistan trying to provoke fear among the people in the pre-election period, but the citizens realize the importance of going to vote," said Karzaj according to the statement from his office.

Attacks rebels this year reached the highest level of shifts talibana 2001. and further escalated after the British and American forces last month launched the operation in Helmand province, a traditional stronghold talibana.

In yesterday talibana attacks in Afghanistan, killed at least 14 civilians, three British and two American soldiers.

Rebels announced a new suicide attacks and call for a boycott of presidential elections.

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