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Last Updated: Sunday, 17 June 2007, 15:03 GMT 16:03 UK
In pictures: Afghan bus bomb

Afghan police investigation team inspect the police bus after a bomb blast in Kabul.

An attack on a police bus in Afghanistan's capital Kabul killed dozens of people.

An Afghan police official walks by the police bus after a bomb blast in Kabul.

Most of the dead were police instructors but a number of civilians were also killed.

A wrecked vehicle covered by blood stains at the site of a bomb blast.

The Taleban said they were behind the attack - possibly the worst since they were ousted in 2001.

Afghans carry a victim after a bomb blast in Kabul.

More than 30 people were injured in the blast, either a suicide attack or a device fixed on the bus.

Afghan doctors give treatments to an unidentified Japanese man at a hospital in Kabul.

Among them were five foreigners - including this Japanese national receiving treatment.

People gathering at the site.

Bewildered Kabul residents are used to violence but rarely on this scale.

Investigators search for evidence.

As investigators began combing the site for clues, people were wondering whether their city will turn into another Baghdad.




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