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Afghanistan Mourns Bombing Victims

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Afghanistan Mourns Bombing Victims

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Afghanistan Mourns Bombing Victims

Afghanistan Mourns Bombing Victims

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The death toll from a suicide blast targeting a group of lawmakers and children rose to 60 in the deadliest attack in Afghanistan since the 2001 U.S.-led invasion. Hundreds of mourners gathered at a mosque near the site of the bombing in the town of New Baghlan, north of Kabul.

Jon Hemming, Reuters Chief Correspondent in Afghanistan, speaks with Renee Montagne.

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