John Kerry opened a second day of talks in Afghanistan aimed at preventing the political chaos after disputed elections.
Yuriani, who lived in Amsterdam, had planned to fly to Jakarta and then to her small village in central Java to celebrate Eid with her family.
The peace process has been virtually on hold until after the new president is chosen.
The Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack, saying the trucks carried fuel intended for U.S.-led NATO forces.
A suicide bomber detonated his explosives-laden vehicle alongside the armored car of Mohammed Masoom Stanikzai.
The photograph remained the cover picture of Rajapaksa’s Facebook profile for a week.
Obama’s decision to leave 9,800 troops in Afghanistan buys Delhi some time, but not much.
The Foreign Secretary asserted that Afghan forces will be able to protect the country and the way they have done during the recent Herat attack.
The Oberoi was swarming with security personnel since early morning.
The first-round election last month was hailed a success, with 7 million Afghans voting.
Hundreds of serious fraud allegations are being probed in an attempt to ensure a cleaner election than in 2009.
High Afghan poll turnout could mark beginning of an impressive democratic transition against great odds.
After 12 years with President Hamid Karzai in power, and decades of upheaval, coup and war, Afghans on Saturday were for the first time voting on a relatively open field of candidates.
Turnout was seven million out of 12 million eligible voters, or about 58 percent, according to preliminary estimates.
Several issues are at the top of Afghans’ minds as they go to the polls Saturday.