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More Than 40 Dead After Attack At Government Compound In Afghanistan

No militant group has claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing and hours-long standoff with police in Kabul on Monday. Most of the people who died were government employees.

More than 40 people died Monday in a bombing and attack at a government building in Kabul, Afghan government officials say.

A suicide bomber detonated a vehicle outside a public welfare building in the country's capital, before gunmen entered the building

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