Vice President Cheney Unhurt in Afghan Blast A suicide bomber attacked the main gate of Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, while Vice President Dick Cheney was staying overnight at the base. The vice president was not hurt in the attack, for which the Taliban claimed responsibility.
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Vice President Cheney Unhurt in Afghan Blast

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Vice President Cheney Unhurt in Afghan Blast

Vice President Cheney Unhurt in Afghan Blast

Vice President Cheney Unhurt in Afghan Blast

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A suicide bomber attacked the main gate of Bagram Air Base in Afghanistan, while Vice President Dick Cheney was staying overnight at the base. The vice president was not hurt in the attack, for which the Taliban claimed responsibility. Tim Albone, a reporter for The Times of London, talks with Alex Chadwick.