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At Least 21 Dead In Afghanistan Explosions

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News video: At Least 21 Dead In Afghanistan ExplosionsHamid KarzaiHamid Karzai

At least 21 people have died in two explosions on Monday morning in the Afghan capital Kabul. The first blast took place at around at 8 a.m.

local time in an area where the US embassy and Afghan government buildings are located.

The second explosion came as an attacker, disguised as a cameraman, detonated explosives at the site of the initial explosion. Both attacks were claimed by the Islamic State..

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