Civilians killed in Afghan terrorist attacks
Ten people were killed on Wednesday in a terrorist assault in southwestern Afghanistan.

According to a police source, a man-made likely to explode device planted near the road in the Nimruz prefecture, exploded when a car carrying more than a few civilians was passing by.

Two people - a man and his eight-year-old daughter - became wounded of a similar assault in the neighboring Ghazni region, while another three people were killed in a car blast in one of the northwestern province.

According to UN estimates, the Afghan civilian death toll reaches 1,200 in the first half of this year only.

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