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United Arab Emirates Says 5 Diplomats Killed in Afghan Blast

Epoch Times Wednesday, 11 January 2017
United Arab Emirates Says 5 Diplomats Killed in Afghan BlastDUBAI, United Arab Emirates—The United Arab Emirates said on Wednesday that five of its diplomats were killed in a bombing in southern Afghanistan the day before, the deadliest attack to ever target the young nation’s diplomatic corps.

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