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18 Killed in Afghanistan as Suicide Bomber Detonates Explosive Jacket, ISIS Claims Responsibility

WorldNews Saturday, 24 October 2020
18 Killed in Afghanistan as Suicide Bomber Detonates Explosive Jacket, ISIS Claims ResponsibilityThe Islamic State group claimed responsibility for an attack Saturday near an education centre in...
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