Blasts at Afghan funeral kills at least 12

Explosions Saturday rocked the funeral ceremony of a man killed in protests over the worsening security situation in the Afghan capital, killing at least ten, according to an Afghan Public Health Ministry official, reported the Associate Press.

The service was being held for a protestor killed in Kabul, Afghanistan, who was the son of a senior politician.

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According tot he reports presented by the officials, nearly three explosions rocked the funeral ceremony of an Afghan man killed during protests over the worsening security situation in the capital Kabul, on Saturday.

Afghan media reports said the three blasts at the cemetery in Khair Khana area of Kabul killed 18 people and wounded 30 others.

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Protesters demanding the resignation of the Afghan government after this week's truck bomb clashed with riot police in the capital yesteday in a confrontation that resulted in at least four dead.

The diplomatic district, which includes the presidential palace and many embassies, is blocked off and patrolled by armoured vehicles.

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Authorities were unable to immediately confirm the death toll, but another witness told AFP that "people were blown to pieces" due to the impact of the blasts.

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