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More than 50 killed in bombings across three Afghan cities, including capital Kabul; PM Modi strongly condemns the attacks

All India Radio Wednesday, 11 January 2017
In Kabul, two suicide bomb attacks in Parliament premises claimed the lives of 30 people and injured some 80 others.Witnesses said, the insurgents targeted a convoy of officials leaving Parliament offices.
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News video: Protesters March to Pakistan Embassy in Kabul After Deadly Bombings

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Supporters of Afghan politician and former intelligence chief Amrullah Saleh marched to the Pakistani embassy in Kabul on Friday, January 13, accusing Islamabad of supporting insurgents and playing a role in recent terrorist attacks.This clip shared on Saleh’s official Facebook page shows...

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