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KANDAHAR – Bomb blasts in Afghanistan May 25 killed three people and wounded six, officials said.
Two passengers died and three were injured when a bus struck a roadside bomb in southern Helmand Province, said Daud Ahmadi, the Helmand government spokesman.
The Taliban likely planted the bomb, he said.
In southern Uruzgan Province, a roadside bomb killed a police officer and injured three others, local police spokesman Farid Ahmad Ail told AFP.