Foreigners evecauated by police from the site of an attack in Kabul are seen March 28, 2014.(REUTERS/Omar Sobhani)
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Taliban gunmen stormed a Kabul guesthouse used by a U.S.-based aid group and held four foreigners hostage for several hours Friday, just eight days before Afghanistan holds a presidential election that the militant group has vowed to derail.The siege of the walled compound, which is also home to a small church, lasted several hours, before Afghan security forces killed the last remaining Taliban gunman holed up inside.At least one Afghan child was killed when a suicide bomber blew himself up outside the building and insurgents forced their way in.
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