Canadian killed in Afghanistan identified as Foreign Affairs employee Three Canadian soliders aso wounded in the suicide bombing Sunday, January 15, 2006 Posted at 1:07 PM EST

Canadian Press

Ottawa and Kabul A Canadian killed in a suicide bombing in Afghanistan has been identified as a Foreign Affairs employee.

Defence Department officials say Glyn Berry was travelling near Kandahar when a vehicle-borne bomb exploded near the convoy in which he was travelling.

Three Canadian soldiers were also wounded in the blast Pte. William Edward Salikin, Cpl. Jeffrey Bailey and Master Cpl. Paul Franklin.

Two of the three are in critical condition and have life-threatening injuries.

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