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Seven dead in Afghan car bombing
Online Staff Report
Seven people are dead and more than 40 are were wounded when a suicide bomber exploded a car bomb in Afghanistan Tuesday.
According to police, the bombing occurred outside a crowded restaurant in the the southern city of Tirin Kot.
The death toll is expected to rise, Uruzgan Police Chief Gen. Matiulla Khan said in a news release. As of this report, 42 people were wounded in the attack.
So far, no terrorist group has taken responsibility for the violence.