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IS Claims Suicide Attack on Afghan TV Station

VOA News Thursday, 18 May 2017
The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for a Wednesday suicide attack on an Afghan state television station.
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News video: Afghanistan: ISIL claims attack on Jalalabad TV station

Afghanistan: ISIL claims attack on Jalalabad TV station 02:09

ISIL has claimed responsibility for on a TV station in Afghanistan that killed at least six people. At least 24 people were injured, many of them journalists, after the Radio Television Afghanistan building was attacked in Jalalabad.

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