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Topic - Abdul Satar Barez
A suicide bomber detonated explosives outside a mosque packed with senior regional officials in northern Afghanistan on a major Muslim holiday Friday, killing 41 people. The officials escaped unhurt, and many of the dead were soldiers and police.
A suicide bomber blew himself up at a park Wednesday in northern Afghanistan, killing at least 10 people, including three NATO service members, officials said, the latest in a string of attacks as spring fighting season gets under way.
A suicide bomber on foot struck the convoy of a northern Afghanistan provincial intelligence chief Monday, killing a young boy and wounding the official, the region's deputy governor said.
"The targets of the bomber were all the officials inside the mosque," Deputy Governor Abdul Satar Barez said.