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Taliban: Attack Retaliation for Civilian Casualties

The Taliban claimed responsibility for Wednesday’s attack on a British private security company, G4S, that killed at least 10 people and wounded more than 30 others in the capital, Kabul. The Taliban claimed the attack was carried out in retaliation against foreign troops, who they accused of causing civilian casualties. Afghan officials, however, say the victims of the attack were mostly Afghan civilians. VOA’s Mohammad Habibzada reports. VOA NEWS

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