Four people were killed in Afghanistan's southern Uruzgan province Friday when a civilian vehicle hit a roadside bomb, according to the country's Interior Ministry.
One person was injured in the incident, which occurred near the provincial capital of Tarin Kowt.
The attack was quickly condemned by Afghan President Hamid Karzai and Gen. John R. Allen, commander of NATO's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF).
"Four people were killed in Afghanistan’s southern Uruzgan province Friday when a civilian vehicle hit a roadside bomb, according to the country’s Interior Ministry."
So...they're trying to eradicate *civilians*?
Bass akwards country.
Get our troops out *now*!
Hello, fake banasy.
I don't know who you are talking about. The topic HERE is, of course, Afghanistan.
Please don't EAT ME!
@ Mr. Ducky, Ik,r? One more week, then back to school they go! And yes, put up that freakin shield, pull our troops out, and let em have their way with EACH OTHER! These people live to fight, may as well keep it amongst theirselves!
Survival of the strongest believer; one day there would only be a handful left
Cesar, get a life for real.
I agree totally.
Hey, Co co is back!
We can deal with Co co; Coco is pretty cool compared to the other name stealers.
Cesar hasn't been around here in a long time.
I think you're confused with the moron that used to *troll* Cesar.
A lot of that going around.
As long as they weren't Americans, who cares?
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