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Militant attack on Shiite shrine in Afghan capital kills 14

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KABUL - An Afghan official says 14 people have been killed in a militant attack on a Shiite shrine in the capital, Kabul. The Interior Ministry's spokesman, Sediq Sediqqi, said on Tuesday another 26 people were wounded in the attack on the Sakhi Shrine. He says that 13 civilians and one
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