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Ten journalists were killed in Afghanistan Monday, including nine reporters and photographers who died in a suicide bomb attack in the capital Kabul and a journalist working for the Afghan language service of the BBC who was shot dead in the eastern city of Khost.In all, 26 people died in the two Kabul blasts, which were claimed by Daesh (ISIS).Among the dead were Shah Marai, veteran chief photographer for Agence France-Presse in Afghanistan, who had worked for the agency for 22 years. The Taliban had warned earlier that they considered journalists legitimate targets.Globally, it was the worst attack on journalists in a single incident since 31 reporters and photographers were killed in a massacre in the southern Philippines in 2009 .
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