Afghan men attend a funeral ceremony of one of the victims of yesterday's car bomb attack in Kabul, Afghanistan January 28, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
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Kabul was in despair Sunday, a day after a Taliban suicide bomber killed more than 100 people and wounded at least 235 in the Afghan capital.A week ago, the Taliban killed more than 20 people in a siege of the city's Intercontinental Hotel. The Taliban said their attack was intended as a message to U.S. President Donald Trump who last year sent more American troops to Afghanistan and ordered an increase in airstrikes and other assistance to Afghan forces.The attack in one of the most heavily protected parts of the city, close to foreign embassies and government buildings, was the worst seen in the Afghan capital since a truck bomb near the German Embassy killed 150 people in May.
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