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Blast, gunbattle reported at Amrullah Saleh's Kabul office; Afghanistan vice-presidential candidate unharmed

Firstpost Sunday, 28 July 2019
Afghanistan president Ashraf Ghani also tweeted that Saleh was unharmed in the "complex attack" targeting the Green Trend party headquarters in Kabul.
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