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'Will continue to support Afghanistan's brave struggle against terrorism': PM Modi condemns Kabul attack

DNA Tuesday, 3 November 2020
At least 22 people were killed including students on Monday after three gunmen stormed into Kabul University and opened fire on the students.
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