Attack on U.S. security company in Afghanistan

A suicide car bombing attacked a convoy of a U.S. security company in western Afghanistan on Monday.

Attack on U.S. security company in Afghanistan
A suicide car bombing attacked a convoy of a U.S. security company in western Afghanistan on Monday, but caused no casualties except killing of the bomber himself, the police said.

The attack, which targeted the U.S. Protection and Investigations (USPI), occurred in Bala Buluk district of Farah province at around 7:00 a.m. (0230 GMT), provincial police chief Abdul Rahman Sarjang said.

No one has claimed responsibility, and it was unclear what motivation was behind the attack.

The USPI, a well-established security company in Afghanistan, has been attacked by bombings from time to time.

A roadside bombing killed three Afghan guards working for the company in the southern Helmand province on May 30.

Güncelleme Tarihi: 16 Temmuz 2007, 10:33
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