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Eight people were killed in the Afghan capital, Kabul, last week when Taliban gunmen attacked a guesthouse used by United Nations international staff. The three attackers - who were armed with AK-47 assault rifles, machine guns and grenades - also di

31st October, 2009

Eight people were killed in the Afghan capital, Kabul, last week when Taliban gunmen attacked a guesthouse used by United Nations international staff. The three attackers - who were armed with AK-47 assault rifles, machine guns and grenades - also died during a fierce fire fight with security guards early last Wednesday morning in the centre of the city.

The incident brings to 23 the number of aid workers killed in Afghanistan so far this...

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