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Armed militants threw hand grenades at a wedding party in northern
Armed militants threw hand grenades at a wedding party in northern Afghanistan, killing eight people and injuring over 60 others, including a bride, a local governor said on Saturday.

The incident occurred in the Totem Dara area, in the Parwan province, on Friday night, Abdul Jabbar Taqwa told journalists. He described the attack as "barbaric" but denied that it was a terrorist act.

A provincial police chief, Khalilullah Zeyaee, said no one had been arrested. He added: "We think personal enmity could have been the cause of the attack."

Two commissions have been set up to investigate the incident.


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