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  US bomb kills 10 people in Kabul
Updated 28 October 2001, 17.12
Kabul
US bombs have hit three houses in Afghanistan, killing at least ten civilians.

A family of eight was amongst those who died when the bombs missed their target of military bases.

Some reports say there may be four children amongst the dead.

The bomb hit a residential area of Kabul, Afghanistan's capital.

Fourth week of bombings

The US air attacks are now into their fourth week. Saturday saw the heaviest bombing Afghanistan has seen so far.

Meanwhile, at least two people have been killed and 18 injured after a bomb exploded on a bus in Quetta, Pakistan.

Quetta is close to the border with Afghanistan and there have been lots of violent protests there against the US bombings.



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