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    Explosions near foreign embassies in the Afghan capital Kabul

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    Post by Rocky Wed 01 Nov 2017, 3:51 am

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    A powerful blast rocked the Afghan capital of Wazir Akbar Khan Tuesday near foreign embassies, including the US and Australian embassies and government departments.
    A suicide bomber planted an explosive device inside the Green Zone in Kabul near the Australian embassy amid reports of casualties, the Tolo News website reported.
    Afghan media quoted police as saying the blast was caused by a suicide bombing that killed at least one person and wounded three.
    Witnesses told Reuters they heard the sound of an explosion in Kabul and local sources confirmed that police cars and ambulances went to the area of ​​the blast.
    Activists and journalists on social networking sites posted pictures showing a white smoke cloud from the explosion.


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