Vehicles are seen on fire after a blast in Jalalabad, Afghanistan January 24, 2018. (REUTERS/Parwiz)
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Gunmen attack Save the Children office in east AfghanistanGunmen blasted their way into Save the Children's office in Afghanistan's restive east on Wednesday, witnesses and officials said, in an ongoing attack that has wounded at least 11 people.Wednesday's assault comes days after Taliban gunmen stormed a luxury hotel in the Afghan capital, killing at least 22 people, mostly foreigners.The attack on Save the Children is the latest violence to strike a foreign aid group in war-torn Afghanistan.The International Committee of the Red Cross announced in October it would "drastically" reduce its presence in the country after seven employees were killed in attacks last year.
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