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Bombs kill at least 10 police in east Afghanistan

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Bombs struck three Afghan cities, including the capital Kabul, in east Afghanistan on Monday, killing at least 10 police, officials said, a day after a Taliban suicide bomber penetrated police headquarters in Kabul killing at least one person.

In Kabul, a magnetic bomb planted in a flower bed near a university wounded three people, while seven police were killed in eastern Logar province when a suicide bomber blew himself up at the provincial police headquarters, echoing Sunday’s attack in the capital.

In eastern Nangarhar province, three policemen were killed by a bomb planted in a rickshaw, officials said.


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