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Report: At least 20 mine clearance staff kidnapped from Surobi, near Afghanistan's capital Kabul - Pajhwok

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Update: Ministry of Interior spokesman says 64 Afghans killed, 347 wounded in Tuesday's Kabul attack

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Afghanistan's Ministry of Interior holds meeting on improving security in Kabul and other cities - statement

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Afghan interior minister confirms 2nd blast in Kabul was IED; no casualties - Reuters

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Roadside bomb explodes in Share Naw neighborhood of Kabul, Afghanistan, police official says; no immediate reports of casualties - NBC News

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Editor's note: We're following social media reports from journalists Khoshhal Taib and Kawoon Khamoosh of another possible bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan, following this morning's attack which left at least 28 dead. More information as we know it. - Tricia

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Photo: Afghanistan's Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah visits victims of suicide attack in Kabul - @afgexecutive

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US Embassy in Kabul: 'Today Kabul suffered a deadly attack for which the Taliban claimed credit, underscoring the harm that the Taliban continues to inflict on the Afghan people.'

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Militants in Kabul staged a coordinated attack, including a powerful suicide car bombing, on an agency responsible for protecting senior Afghan government officials - AP - David

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Death toll in Taliban attack on Kabul security agency compound rises to 28, Afghan official says - AP

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At least 7 dead, more than 320 wounded in Taliban attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, health ministry says - Reuters

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Afghanistan's Ministry of Public Health says gunfire ongoing following Kabul suicide bombing - TOLO News

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Afghan security forces attempting to clear building of attackers in Kabul following bombing - @MahmoudMobaarez

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Video: Aftermath of suicide bombing and attack in Kabul, Afghanistan - @Aghaaleem

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Hospital in Kabul says it has received 15 casualties from blast, all security forces, all lightly injured - Reuters

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At least 161 people injured in Kabul suicide bombing, officials from Afghanistan's ministry of public health say - TOLO News

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Afghan President Ghani says several killed, wounded in central Kabul blast that targeted security agency offices; hospital official says it has received 8 lightly wounded Afghan soldiers - Reuters

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Afghan Ministry of Interior Affairs spokesman says police and other security forces are in Pul-e-Mahmud Khan, Kabul, after 'suicide bomb'

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Editor's note: TOLO News in Afghanistan and other local media are reporting, without citing a source yet, that the blast in central Kabul was due to a suicide bomber who detonated an explosive-laden vehicle outside a security unit protecting officials. Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has also tweeted characterizing the blast as a 'terrorist attack.' We are waiting for official confirmation on the nature of the blast, as well as further information on possible casualties. - Imana

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Afghan president Ghani: 'Terrorist attack' near Pul-e-Mahmud Khan, Kabul, 'clearly shows the enemy's defeat in face-to-face battle' with Afghan forces

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