Bomber strikes popular restaurant in Kabul
Two accountants doing auditing work on Canadian foreign aid projects were among those killed in a brutal suicide attack at a restaurant in Kabul, Afghanistan on Friday, Jan. 17.
Pierre Samson, head of the Gatineau, Que.-based firm Samson and Associates, said the two employees — a man from Gatineau and another from Ottawa — were in the Afghan capital to do auditing for the Canadian International Development Agency.
Samson said they were having dinner at La Taverna du Liban, a restaurant popular with foreigners and affluent Afghans, when the bomb went off. (The Canadian Press)
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