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Unknown gunmen kill three in daylight in Afghan capital Kabul

Reuters Sunday, 8 March 2020
Unknown gunmen shot and killed three people in Kabul on Sunday, including a member of eastern Logar province's provincial council, underscoring the ongoing risk of violence despite U.S.-led efforts to negotiate peace with the insurgent Taliban.
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