A suicide bomber detonated himself on Wednesday near the US army base Camp Chapman in eastern Afghanistan, killing at least three Afghans and injuring more.
The dead include a policeman, two civilians, and the bomber. Security officials say seven were wounded in the area, a hotbed of Taliban and Haqqani activity.
A Taliban spokesman said the target was Afghan police and Afghan employees of the US base.
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