Deadliest Blast in Years Rocks Afghan Capital
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Deadliest Blast in Years Rocks Afghan Capital

A car bomb ripped through the front wall of the Indian Embassy in central Kabul on Monday, killing 40 people in what appeared to be the deadliest attack in Afghanistan's capital since the fall of the Taliban. Video by AP

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