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Afghan explosion injures 4

Associated Press
Published March 29, 2005

Canadian soldiers check a vehicle that was hit by a roadside bomb Monday in Kabul, Afghanistan. The explosion hit a vehicle from the Canadian Embassy, wounding one Canadian passenger. Three Afghan civilians were also hurt in another car. Meanwhile, U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Jim Hunt said he United States is pouring $83-million into upgrading its main military bases in Afghanistan, a sign that American forces will likely be needed in the country for years to come as al-Qaida remains active in the region.

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