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Topic - Mohammad Zaref Nayebkhail
A suicide car bomber attacked a health clinic in eastern Afghanistan as women and children lined up for maternity care and vaccinations, killing at least 35 people in one of the deadliest attacks against civilians this year.
At least 53 other people were wounded, said the provincial public health director, Dr. Mohammad Zaref Nayebkhail.
"They were offering important services for the people. We had very good services and lots of patients. There were only 10 beds but lots of other services in that center. It's why the casualties were so high," he said.