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2 diplomats killed in suicide attack outside Russian Embassy in Kabul

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A Taliban fighter stands guard in front of the Russian embassy after a suicide attack in Kabul on September 5, 2022. (WAKIL KOHSAR/AFP via Getty Images) KABUL, Afghanistan - A suicide bombing outside the Russian Embassy in the Afghan capital of Kabul on Monday killed two members of the embassy staff and at least one Afghan civilian in what Moscow denounced as an "unacceptable terrorist act."The blast went off at the entrance to the embassy's consular section where Afghans were waiting for news about their visas, according to the Russian Foreign Ministry and the state news agency RIA Novosti.

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