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Pak-backed Haqqani-LeT behind Kabul gurdwara attack, thinks Indian security establishment

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News video: Atleast 25 reported dead as gunmen attack Gurdwara in Kabul,ISIS claims responsibility|Oneindia

Atleast 25 reported dead as gunmen attack Gurdwara in Kabul,ISIS claims responsibility|Oneindia 01:17

25 PEOPLE WERE KILLED AFTER GUNMEN OPENED FIRED AT A GURDWARA IN AFGHANISTAN'S CAPITAL KABUL TODAY. THE TERROR GROUP ISIS HAS CLAIMED THE ATTACK. AFGHAN HEALTH MINISTRY SPOKESMAN WAHIDULLAH MAYAR SAID 15 WOUNDED PEOPLE AND ONE DEAD CHILD HAD BEEN BROUGHT TO A LOCAL HOSPITAL. BUT IT WAS FEARED THE...

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