11 dead in violence in Afghanistan

July 7, 2012 at 5:52 PM

KABUL, Afghanistan, July 7 (UPI) -- At least four Afghan children have been killed in recent violent incidents, officials said Saturday.

One boy was killed by a roadside bomb in Greshk district in Helmand province, Khaama Press reported. Three children died in another incident in Helmand.

Also in Helmand, six people were killed Saturday by a roadside bomb in Chora district.

A woman was killed in an attack on the provincial governor's compound in Farah province. The attack left 28 others wounded.

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