Unclear if German embassy staff killed or hurt in Kabul blast

By REUTERS
May 31, 2017 09:38
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BERLIN - It is unclear whether German embassy staff in Kabul were injured or hurt when a huge car bomb exploded in its vicinity, a security source said on Wednesday.

"It's unclear at the moment whether German staff have been affected," the source told Reuters.

The source had earlier said, based on information available at the time, it did not seem that German staff had been injured or killed in the explosion.

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