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Afghan VP candidate injured as Kabul blast kills two, wounds 25

Reuters Sunday, 28 July 2019
A powerful explosion hit central Kabul on Sunday, wounding Afghan President Ashraf Ghani's running mate on the first day of official campaigning for a presidential election and killing at least two others, officials said.
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News video: Kabul Area Rocked by Series of Explosions, Multiple Deaths Reported

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Multiple deaths were reported on July 25 after a series of explosions rocked Kabul and neighboring Khoghyani. TOLOnews, citing Nusrat Rahimi, a spokesman at the Ministry of Interior Affairs, said a suicide bomber targeted a bus carrying employees of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum in the Afghan...

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