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Gunmen attack Shiite shrine in Afghan capital, take hostages

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KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — An Afghan official says at least three gunmen wearing military uniforms have attacked a Shiite shrine in Kabul and taken an unknown number of people hostage. Sediq Sediqqi, the spokesman for the Interior Ministry, said on Tuesday that one of the gunmen has been shot dead by police. The Public Health […]
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