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2011 Logar province bombing

25 June 2011 Logar Province bombing
Part of Eastern Afghanistan
Location Logar Province, Azra District
Date 25 June 2011 (GMT+4:30)
Target Public Hospital (Civilian Hospital)
Attack type
Suicide Car Bombing
Deaths 20 (up to 35)[1][2]
Non-fatal injuries
53[2]
Perpetrators Taliban

The 25 June 2011 Logar province bombing was a suicide car bombing that occurred on 25 June 2011 in Azra District, Logar Province, Afghanistan targeting a hospital, killing at least 15, possibly as many as 35.[1][2]

References

  1. ^ a b At least 20 killed in suicide bombing in east Afghanistan
  2. ^ a b c Afghanistan suicide attack kills 35.

Sources

  • At least 20 killed in suicide bombing in east Afghanistan. Retrieved: 25 September 2011.
  • Afghanistan suicide attack kills 35. Retrieved: 25 September 2011.

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