Roadside bomb wounds 6 Afghan soldiers in Kabul

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KABUL -- A roadside bomb wounded at least six Afghan National Army (ANA) soldiers Wednesday (April 4) in Kabul, the Ministry of Defence said in a statement.

"About [7.30am today] six Afghan army soldiers were wounded by an explosion caused by twin magnetic bombs hidden inside a power pole in [the 16th police district]," said Wednesday's statement.

No group has claimed responsibility.

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