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Oct 21, 2018
6:21PM

Afghanistan: At least 11 civilians reportedly killed in road side bomb blast on 2nd day of parliamentary elections

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In Afghanistan, at least eleven civilians are reportedly killed in a road side bomb blast on the second day of parliamentary elections today. Attahullah Khogyani, spokesman for the provincial governor, said in Kabul, the victims include six children. 

Polling for the Parliamentary elections were extended yesterday because of attacks and technical issues that caused hours of delays. Electoral Complaints Commission spokesman Ali Reza Rohani said that at some of the 253 polling centres opened for voting today, election workers still struggled to use biometric verification devices and voter rolls were either incomplete or non-existent.

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