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An injured Afghan man, a victim of a blast lies in a hospital bed in Kunduz city in the northern province of Kunduz, Afghanistan, Saturday, June 25, 2011. A bicycle rigged with explosives ripped through a bazaar in the Khanabad district of Kunduz province on Friday, killing at least 10 people, including a police officer. At least 24 people were wounded in the attack, according to an Interior Ministry statement. (AP Photo/Balal)
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An injured Afghan man, a victim of a blast lies in a hospital bed in Kunduz city in the northern province of Kunduz, Afghanistan, Saturday, June 25, 2011. A bicycle rigged with explosives ripped through a bazaar in the Khanabad district of Kunduz province on Friday, killing at least 10 people, including a police officer. At least 24 people were wounded in the attack, according to an Interior Ministry statement. (AP Photo/Balal)

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