Police search Kabul hotel for more victims after attack

By REUTERS
June 29, 2011 06:43

 
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KABUL - Afghan police sifted through one of Kabul's landmark hotels room by room on Wednesday for any more casualties or security threats after an overnight assault by at least six Taliban suicide bombers killed 10 Afghan civilians.

The attackers, armed with rocket-propelled grenades and other weapons, stormed the heavily guarded Intercontinental hotel, frequented by Westerners and VIPs, before NATO helicopters killed the remaining insurgents in a final rooftop battle that ended a raid lasting more than five hours.

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