Journalists Suffer Deadliest Day in Afghanistan Since at Least 2002 – New York Times

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KABUL, Afghanistan — Twin bombings in Kabul on Monday killed at least 25 people, including nine journalists. It was the deadliest single attack involving journalists in Afghanistan since at least 2002, and one of the most lethal ever worldwide

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