Afghans angry at Quran burning kill 7 at UN office
Afghans annoyed over the on fire of a Quran at a small Florida church stormed a U.N. complex in northern Afghanistan on Friday, killing seven foreign people, counting four Nepalese guards.

Afghan establishment think insurgents melded into the mob and they proclaimed the arrest of more than 20 people, as well as a militant they think was the gang leader of the assault in Mazar-i-Sharif, the regional capital of Balkh state. The suspect was an dissatisfied from Kapisa state, a hotbed of militancy in relation to 250 miles (400 kilometers) southeast of the city, said Rawof Taj, assistant provincial police chief.

The topic of Quran flaming stirred outrage amongst millions of Muslims and others worldwide after the Rev. Terry Jones' small church, Dove Outreach Center, threatened to tear down a copy of the holy book last year. The preacher backed down but the church in Gainesville, Florida, went through with the burning last month.

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