Explosion rattles windows in Kabul's diplomatic quarter

By REUTERS
February 26, 2015 06:29

 
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KABUL - An explosion rattled windows in the diplomatic quarter of the heavily fortified Afghan capital on Thursday morning, sending the city's embassies onto high alert.

"This is a security announcement: there has been an explosion inside the city," the British embassy broadcast to staff on its compound.

Further details on the location of blast were not immediately available.

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