The Prince of Wales has paid tribute to journalists working to ensure the public has the "impartial truth" from conflict zones as he marked the 90th anniversary of BBC World Service. Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall praised BBC staff for their work covering wars in Ukraine and Afghanistan, during a visit to the corporation, and Charles told broadcasters Lyse Doucet and Clive Myrie "you're incredible, but it can't be easy". During the visit, Charles appeared surprised when a young Afghan woman, who was part of an emergency evacuation of BBC staff from Kabul last August, thanked him for "saving my life". Report by Brooksl. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn
President gives assent to the bill for the unification of 3 Delhi MCDs; PM Modi inaugrates WHO Global Centre for traditional medicine in Gujarat; Putin honours brigades accused of war crimes in Bucha; Drones used to keep an eye on Jama Masjid amid after communal clashes on Hanuman Jayanti; 3 blasts in a Kabul schools kills 6 and injures 11
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Afghan security and health officials reported on Tuesday that three blasts rocked a high school in western Kabul, killing killing 6 people and injuring almost a dozen. Among those who were killed, many belonged to the Shia Hazara community, an ethnic and religious minority frequently targeted by Sunni terrorist groups, including Islamic State.
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