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Afghan official at the Interior Ministry says suicide bombing at Shiite mosque in Kabul has killed at least 30 people

Seattle Times Friday, 20 October 2017
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghan official at the Interior Ministry says suicide bombing at Shiite mosque in Kabul has killed at least 30 people .
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News video: Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 15 in Attack on Kabul Military Academy Minibus

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At least 15 soldiers and cadets were killed on Saturday, October 21, when a suicide bomber drove an explosives-packed car into a minibus leaving Afghanistan’s top military academy in Kabul, the second deadly bombing attack in 24 hours in the capital.The Taliban claimed responsibility for the...

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