کابل کي د نني برید چي په کي لږ تر لږه ۱۳ تنه امریکایان ووژل شول انځورنه ۲۰۱۱-۱۰-۲۹

نن ټکی آسیا: د افغانستان پلازمینه کابل کي دار الامان ته نیژدې د امریکايي عسکرو پر کاروان د موټر په واسطه چاودنه تر سره شول، په چاودنه کي لږ تر لږه ۱۴ تنه ووژل شول، چي په هغوي کي دناټو د ځینو چارواکو په وینا ۱۳ تنه امریکايي عسکر دي، او درې تنه نور ملکي وګړي دي.

خو طالبانو ویلي چي په چاودنه کي لږ تر لږه ۲۵ تنه امریکايي عسکر وژل شوي دي.. او ډیر شمیر نور ټپيان شول.

لاندي انځورونه د نن ورځي د چاودني دي، په ځینو انځورونو کي اوس هم د امریکايي عسکرو جسدونه ښکاري.. چي د روډ پر غاړو پراته دي.

US soliders, right, carry a body from the site of a suicide car bomber in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. A suicide car bomber struck a NATO convoy on the outskirts of Kabul on Saturday, causing casualties among the NATO service members and Afghan civilians, the U.S.-led coalition said. Afghan officials said three civilians and one policeman were killed.

US soldiers check the bodies of victims of a suicide car bomber in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. A suicide car bomber struck a NATO convoy on the outskirts of Kabul on Saturday, causing casualties among the NATO service members and Afghan civilians, the U.S.-led coalition said. Afghan officials said three civilians and one policeman were killed.

Afghanistan's security force and NATO troops inspect the site of a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul.

Afghanistan's security force and rescue personnel work on site of a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace (back) in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul.

A US soldier reacts while seen at the site of a suicide car bomber in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. A suicide car bomber struck a NATO convoy on the outskirts of Kabul on Saturday, causing casualties among the NATO service members and Afghan civilians, the U.S.-led coalition said. Afghan officials said three civilians and one policeman were killed.

A NATO helicopter flies above the site of a suicide car bomber in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. A suicide car bomber struck a NATO convoy on the outskirts of Kabul on Saturday, causing casualties among the NATO service members and Afghan civilians, the U.S.-led coalition said. Afghan officials said three civilians and one policeman were killed.

Afghanistan's security force and rescue personnel work on site after a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace (back) in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul.

US soldiers carry a body from the site of a suicide car bomber in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. A suicide car bomber struck a NATO convoy on the outskirts of Kabul on Saturday, causing casualties among the NATO service members and Afghan civilians, the U.S.-led coalition said. Afghan officials said three civilians and one policeman were killed.

Afghanistan's security force and NATO troops inspect the site after a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul. The attacker detonated his Toyota Sedan car at 11:20 am (0650 GMT) in the southwest of the city, and the area was now blocked by Afghan and international forces, said police spokesman Hashmat Stanikzai.

Afghanistan's security force and rescue personnel inspect the site of a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul.

Afghanistan's security force personnel stand guard at the site of a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace (back) in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul.

US soldiers gather by bodies of victims of a suicide car bomber in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. A suicide car bomber struck a NATO convoy on the outskirts of Kabul on Saturday, causing casualties among the NATO service members and Afghan civilians, the U.S.-led coalition said. Afghan officials said three civilians and one policeman were killed.

Afghanistan's security force and rescue personnel inspect the site of a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul.

Afghanistan's security force and rescue personnel inspect the site of a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul.

Afghanistan's security force and rescue personnel with NATO troops secure the site after a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace (back) in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul.

Afghanistan's security force and rescue personnel inspect the site of a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul.

Afghanistan's security force and rescue personnel with NATO troops inspect the site after a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul.

US soldiers check the site of a suicide car bomber in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, Oct. 29, 2011. A suicide car bomber struck a NATO convoy on the outskirts of Kabul on Saturday, causing casualties among the NATO service members and Afghan civilians, the U.S.-led coalition said. Afghan officials said three civilians and one policeman were killed. In the background is the palace of former Afghan King Darul Aman which was destroyed during the civil war.

Afghanistan's security force and rescue personnel with NATO troops secure the site after a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace (back) in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul.

Afghanistan's security forces push journalists back as they inspect the site after a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul.

Afghanistan's security forces push journalists back as they inspect the site after a suicide attack near the Darul Aman palace in Kabul on October 29, 2011. At least 14 people, including foreign forces, were killed when a Taliban car bomber struck a US-run NATO convoy travelling through the Afghan capital Kabul.

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