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Kabul Blast Targets Foreign Military

Afghan police say a suicide car bomber has targeted a convoy of foreign military vehicles in the capital.

The number of dead and wounded in the Thursday morning blast in Kabul was not clear.

NATO's International Security Assistance Force said it was aware of the explosion and was looking into reports of casualties.

Taliban militants have been ramping up attacks on government forces lately, seeking to destabilize Afghanistan as more foreign troops prepare to draw down from the 12-year war.

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Independent National Electoral Commission chairman, Attahiru Jega, left, views election results at the coalition center in Abuja, Nigeria, Monday, March 30, 2015.

Nigeria Election Vote Count Continues

Half the country's 36 states were counted by late Monday, with Buhari winning 10 states and President Jonathan winning 8 states and the federal capital territory of Abuja More