Three Germans killed in Afghanistan

They were travelling on a road about 10km southeast of Kabul.

    Foreigners face continued risks when travelling
    in Afghanistan [AFP]
    Nato's International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) said it was aware of an explosion near a military base but did not know how many casualties there were.

    Isaf also said the blast was caused by a land mine.

    Amir Mohammad, a police officer, said it was not clear if the mine was recently planted or if it was an old one.

    SOURCE: Agencies


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