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A loader removes debris as Afghans look on at the scene of a suicide attack at a market in Urgun district, Paktika province on July 15, 2014. A suicide bomber driving a truck packed with explosives killed at least 41 people at a busy market in southeastern Afghanistan on July 15, the deadliest attack in the war-torn country in months. The blast in Urgun in Paktika province highlights the fragile security situation Afghanistan faces as NATO withdraws its 50,000 combat troops, leaving local forces to contend with a resilient Taliban insurgency. AFP PHOTO/Khanazgul FarhangKHANAZGUL FARHANG/AFP/Getty Images
A loader removes debris as Afghans look on at the scene of a suicide attack at a market in Urgun district, Paktika province on July 15, 2014. A suicide bomber driving a truck packed with explosives killed at least 41 people at a busy market in southeastern Afghanistan on July 15, the deadliest attack in the war-torn country in months. The blast in Urgun in Paktika province highlights the fragile security situation Afghanistan faces as NATO withdraws its 50,000 combat troops, leaving local forces to contend with a resilient Taliban insurgency. AFP PHOTO/Khanazgul FarhangKHANAZGUL FARHANG/AFP/Getty Images

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At least 40 people were killed by a car bomb in a busy Afghanistan market. CNN's Fionnuala Sweeney reports.

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At least 40 people were killed by a car bomb in a busy Afghanistan market. CNN's Fionnuala Sweeney reports.