Four civilians reported killed by roadside bomb in Afghanistan's Helmand (AFGHANISTAN)
UNITED KINGDOM, 28 February 2008 (BBC Monitoring South Asia)-- Excerpt from report by privately-owned Afghan Arzu TV on 28 February
[Presenter] At least four people have been killed by a roadside landmine in southern Helmand Province. Confirming the report to Arzu Television, Gen Mohammad Hussein, security commander of Helmand Province, said the landmine blew up a local vehicle, killing four and wounding two others. The provincial commander would not say who was behind the attack. Meanwhile, no group has yet claimed responsibility for the explosion.
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