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Taliban attacks kill 30, Afghan leader unhurt as bomb hits rally

Reuters Tuesday, 17 September 2019
Taliban suicide attackers killed at least 30 people in Afghanistan on Tuesday, their deadliest bombing taking place near an election rally by President Ashraf Ghani, although he was unhurt.
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Taliban suicide bombers killed 48 people in two separate attacks in Afghanistan on Tuesday, the deadliest taking place near an election rally by President Ashraf Ghani, who was unhurt. Joe Davies reports.

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