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String of Bombings Hit Afghan's Capital
- String of Bombings Hit Afghan's Capital
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The streets of Kabul resembled a war zone after Taliban militants launched coordinated attacks on three government buildings in the Afghan capital leaving at least 30 people dead.
The attacks came on the eve of a visit by Richard Holbrooke President Barack Obama's special envoy to the region.
At least eight Taliban militants launched the coordinated assault in broad daylight.
Armed with rifles and grenades the militants stormed the Justice Ministry shooting at workers while two suicide bombers blew themselves up at a prison in another part of the city.
[Interview : Zinullah Qayoomi‚ Eye Witness] "I saw gunman holding a gun‚ firing at people. He fired on a shopkeeper first‚ then on a solider and blew himself up."
[Interview : Aynudding Bahadori‚ Employee of Justice Ministry] "The situation was very terrifying. Fortunately‚ the security forces and our national police managed to rescue us. The operation is still continuing here."
All eight assailants died including a bomber killed while forcing his way into the Education Ministry.
The Taliban swiftly claimed responsibility for the attacks saying they were retaliating against the mistreatment of prisoners in Afghan jails.
The Taliban which have been carrying out a series of high-profile attacks since last year warned of further violence.
Meanwhile in Iraq more than 20 people were killed in a series of bomb explosions the most fatal one being two simultaneous blasts at a bus terminal in a Shiite neighborhood in the capital.
The blasts ended a month-long halt in violence that dropped significantly due to heightened security ahead of parliamentary elections.
Yoo Jihae‚ Arirang News.
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