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000_1KC8SS.jpg0 viewsRelatives of Afghan victims arrive outside a hospital, after a suicide attack that targeted a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Parwan Province on the outskirts of Kabul on September 17, 2019. - A suicide bomber killed at least 24 people outside a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on September 17, less than two weeks ahead of elections which the Taliban have vowed to disrupt. (Photo by ABDUL SHAHMIM TANHA / AFP)
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000_1KC7VD.jpg1 viewsAn Afghan firefighter sprays water on the ground at the site of a suicide attack that targeted a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani in Parwan Province on the outskirts of Kabul on September 17, 2019. - A suicide bomber killed at least 24 people outside a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on September 17, less than two weeks ahead of elections which the Taliban have vowed to disrupt. (Photo by ABDUL SHAHMIM TANHA / AFP)
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000_1KC7L0.jpg0 viewsA wounded Afghan man is wheeled on a stretcher at the Wazir Akbar Khan hospital following a blast in Kabul on September 17, 2019. - A suicide bomber killed at least 24 people outside a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on September 17, less than two weeks ahead of elections which the Taliban have vowed to disrupt. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KC7KN.jpg1 viewsA wounded Afghan man is transported in an ambulance at the Wazir Akbar Khan hospital following a blast in Kabul on September 17, 2019. - A suicide bomber killed at least 24 people outside a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on September 17, less than two weeks ahead of elections which the Taliban have vowed to disrupt. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KC7KF.jpg0 viewsBlood stains are pictured on a hospital bed next to a wounded Afghan man receiving treatment at the Wazir Akbar Khan hospital following a blast in Kabul on September 17, 2019. - A suicide bomber killed at least 24 people outside a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on September 17, less than two weeks ahead of elections which the Taliban have vowed to disrupt. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KC7KC.jpg2 viewsA wounded Afghan man receives treatment at the Wazir Akbar Khan hospital following a blast in Kabul on September 17, 2019. - A suicide bomber killed at least 24 people outside a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on September 17, less than two weeks ahead of elections which the Taliban have vowed to disrupt. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KC7DV.jpg0 viewsA wounded Afghan man receives treatment at the Wazir Akbar Khan hospital following a blast in Kabul on September 17, 2019. - A suicide bomber killed at least 24 people outside a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on September 17, less than two weeks ahead of elections which the Taliban have vowed to disrupt. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KC7CU.jpg0 viewsAn injured man is brought on a stretcher as he receives treatments at the Wazir Akbar Khan hospital following a blast, in Kabul on September 17, 2019. - A suicide bomber killed at least 24 people outside a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on September 17, less than two weeks ahead of elections which the Taliban have vowed to disrupt. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KC7CR.jpg0 viewsAn injured man is brought on a stretcher as he receives treatments at the Wazir Akbar Khan hospital following a blast, in Kabul on September 17, 2019. - A suicide bomber killed at least 24 people outside a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on September 17, less than two weeks ahead of elections which the Taliban have vowed to disrupt. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KC7CK.jpg1 viewsA wounded man receives treatments at the Wazir Akbar Khan hospital following a blast, in Kabul on September 17, 2019. - A suicide bomber killed at least 24 people outside a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on September 17, less than two weeks ahead of elections which the Taliban have vowed to disrupt. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KC7CG.jpg0 viewsA wounded Afghan man receives treatment at the Wazir Akbar Khan hospital following a blast in Kabul on September 17, 2019. - A suicide bomber killed at least 24 people outside a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on September 17, less than two weeks ahead of elections which the Taliban have vowed to disrupt. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1KC7C4.jpg2 viewsWounded Afghan men receive treatment at the Wazir Akbar Khan hospital following a blast in Kabul on September 17, 2019. - A suicide bomber killed at least 24 people outside a campaign rally for Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on September 17, less than two weeks ahead of elections which the Taliban have vowed to disrupt. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1K21EN.jpg0 viewsIn this picture taken on September 5, 2019 rescue volunteers react at a hospital following the death of a colleague in overnight bomb explosions in Quetta. - At least one person was killed and 12 others, including two police officers and journalists, were injured as twin blasts at a bus terminal in the southwestern city of Quetta, police said. (Photo by BANARAS KHAN / AFP)
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000_1K21EB.jpg0 viewsIn this picture taken on September 5, 2019 paramedics help an injured police officer at a hospital following overnight bomb explosions in Quetta. - At least one person was killed and 12 others, including two police officers and journalists, were injured as twin blasts at a bus terminal in the southwestern city of Quetta, police said. (Photo by BANARAS KHAN / AFP)
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000_1K21EA.jpg0 viewsIn this picture taken on September 5, 2019 Pakistani security officials investigate the site following overnight bomb explosions in Quetta. - At least one person was killed and 12 others, including two police officers and journalists, were injured as twin blasts at a bus terminal in the southwestern city of Quetta, police said. (Photo by BANARAS KHAN / AFP)
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000_1K21E8.jpg0 viewsIn this picture taken on September 5, 2019 Pakistani security officials cordon off the site of overnight bomb explosions in Quetta. - At least one person was killed and 12 others, including two police officers and journalists, were injured as twin blasts at a bus terminal in the southwestern city of Quetta, police said. (Photo by BANARAS KHAN / AFP)
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000_1JZ38W.jpg3 viewsAfghan security forces investigate at the site near the crater from where a tractor packed with explosives exploded the night before at the Green Village in Kabul on September 3, 2019. - A massive blast in a residential area of Kabul killed at least 16 people, officials said September 3, following yet another Taliban attack that came as the insurgents and Washington try to finalise a withdrawal deal. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1JZ38T.jpg3 viewsAfghan security forces walks as municipal workers gather to clean up near the crater from where a tractor packed with explosives exploded the night before at the Green Village in Kabul on September 3, 2019. - A massive blast in a residential area of Kabul killed at least 16 people, officials said September 3, following yet another Taliban attack that came as the insurgents and Washington try to finalise a withdrawal deal. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1JZ3HA.jpg2 viewsAfghan firefighters work at a parking lot near the site where a tractor packed with explosives exploded the night before at the Green Village in Kabul on September 3, 2019. - A massive blast in a residential area of Kabul killed at least 16 people, officials said September 3, following yet another Taliban attack that came as the insurgents and Washington try to finalise a withdrawal deal. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1JD6HS.jpg3 viewsAfghan security forces investigate the site where a Taliban car bomb detonated at the entrance of a police station in Kabul on August 7, 2019. - Scores of people were wounded when a Taliban car bomb detonated in Kabul on August 7, sending a massive plume of smoke over the Afghan capital and shattering windows far from the blast site. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1JD6HR.jpg0 viewsAfghan security forces investigate the site where a Taliban car bomb detonated at the entrance of a police station in Kabul on August 7, 2019. - Scores of people were wounded when a Taliban car bomb detonated in Kabul on August 7, sending a massive plume of smoke over the Afghan capital and shattering windows far from the blast site. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1JD6HQ.jpg0 viewsAn Afghan security personnel stands guard at the site where a Taliban car bomb detonated at the entrance of a police station in Kabul on August 7, 2019. - Scores of people were wounded when a Taliban car bomb detonated in Kabul on August 7, sending a massive plume of smoke over the Afghan capital and shattering windows far from the blast site. (Photo by STR / AFP)
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000_1JD6HL.jpg0 viewsAmbulances bringing wounded people to Isteqlal Hospital are pictured after a Taliban car bomb detonated at the entrance of a police station in Kabul on August 7, 2019. - Scores of people were wounded when a Taliban car bomb detonated in Kabul on August 7, sending a massive plume of smoke over the Afghan capital and shattering windows far from the blast site. (Photo by WAKIL KOHSAR / AFP)
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000_1J80KO.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / An Afghan man holds the dead body of a child killed when a bus hit a roadside bomb on the Kandahar-Herat highway, at a hospital in Herat on July 31, 2019. - Dozens of passengers, mainly women and children, were killed in western Afghanistan early July 31 when the bus they were travelling in hit a roadside bomb, officials said. (Photo by HOSHANG HASHIMI / AFP)
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000_1J80KN.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / A wounded Afghan child receives treatment after being injured when a bus hit a roadside bomb on the Kandahar-Herat highway, at a hospital in Herat on July 31, 2019. - Dozens of passengers, mainly women and children, were killed in western Afghanistan early July 31 when the bus they were travelling in hit a roadside bomb, officials said. (Photo by HOSHANG HASHIMI / AFP)
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000_1J80KK.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / An injured Afghan man is transported on a stretcher after being injured when a bus hit a roadside bomb on the Kandahar-Herat highway, at a hospital in Herat on July 31, 2019. - Dozens of passengers, mainly women and children, were killed in western Afghanistan early July 31 when the bus they were travelling in hit a roadside bomb, officials said. (Photo by HOSHANG HASHIMI / AFP)
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000_1J80KJ.jpg0 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / An injured Afghan man is transported on a stretcher after being injured when a bus hit a roadside bomb on the Kandahar-Herat highway, at a hospital in Herat on July 31, 2019. - Dozens of passengers, mainly women and children, were killed in western Afghanistan early July 31 when the bus they were travelling in hit a roadside bomb, officials said. (Photo by HOSHANG HASHIMI / AFP)
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000_1J667Z.jpg1 viewsEDITORS NOTE: Graphic content / An Afghan municipality worker removes a dog killed at the site of an attack in Kabul on July 29, 2019, a day after the deadly assault targeting a political campaign office. - Deadly violence marred the start of Afghanistan's election season on the weekend, after President Ashraf Ghani insisted "peace is coming" to the war-torn nation. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1J667Y.jpg1 viewsAn Afghan boy looks on next to damaged homes near the site of an attack in Kabul on July 29, 2019, a day after the deadly assault targeting a political campaign office. - Deadly violence marred the start of Afghanistan's election season on the weekend, after President Ashraf Ghani insisted "peace is coming" to the war-torn nation. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1J667W.jpg0 viewsAn Afghan boy looks on in a damaged house near the site of an attack in Kabul on July 29, 2019, a day after the deadly assault targeting a political campaign office. - Deadly violence marred the start of Afghanistan's election season on the weekend, after President Ashraf Ghani insisted "peace is coming" to the war-torn nation. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1J667V.jpg1 viewsAn Afghan boy looks on next to damaged homes near the site of an attack in Kabul on July 29, 2019, a day after the deadly assault targeting a political campaign office. - Deadly violence marred the start of Afghanistan's election season on the weekend, after President Ashraf Ghani insisted "peace is coming" to the war-torn nation. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1J667T.jpg0 viewsAn Afghan resident removes debris from his home near the site of an attack in Kabul on July 29, 2019, a day after the deadly assault targeting a political campaign office. - Deadly violence marred the start of Afghanistan's election season on the weekend, after President Ashraf Ghani insisted "peace is coming" to the war-torn nation. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1J667P.jpg0 viewsThe charred remains of the Islamic holy Koran is pictured near the site of an attack in Kabul on July 29, 2019, a day after a deadly assault targeting a political campaign office. - Deadly violence marred the start of Afghanistan's election season on the weekend, after President Ashraf Ghani insisted "peace is coming" to the war-torn nation. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1J667K.jpg0 viewsAfghan children show the charred remains of Islamic holy Korans near the site of an attack in Kabul on July 29, 2019, a day after a deadly assault targeting a political campaign office. - Deadly violence marred the start of Afghanistan's election season on the weekend, after President Ashraf Ghani insisted "peace is coming" to the war-torn nation. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1J667J.jpg0 viewsA member of Afghan security forces walk at the site of an attack in Kabul on July 29, 2019, a day after a deadly assault targeting a political campaign office. - Deadly violence marred the start of Afghanistan's election season on the weekend, after President Ashraf Ghani insisted "peace is coming" to the war-torn nation. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1J667I.jpg1 viewsAfghan security forces and municipality workers gather at the site of an attack in Kabul on July 29, 2019, a day after a deadly assault targeting a political campaign office. - Deadly violence marred the start of Afghanistan's election season on the weekend, after President Ashraf Ghani insisted "peace is coming" to the war-torn nation. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1J667H.jpg0 viewsAfghan security forces and municipality workers gather at the site of an attack in Kabul on July 29, 2019, a day after a deadly assault targeting a political campaign office. - Deadly violence marred the start of Afghanistan's election season on the weekend, after President Ashraf Ghani insisted "peace is coming" to the war-torn nation. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1J667G.jpg0 viewsAfghan municipality workers work to clear up the site of an attack in Kabul on July 29, 2019, a day after a deadly assault targeting a political campaign office. - Deadly violence marred the start of Afghanistan's election season on the weekend, after President Ashraf Ghani insisted "peace is coming" to the war-torn nation. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1J667F.jpg1 viewsAfghan security forces and municipality workers gather at the site of an attack in Kabul on July 29, 2019, a day after a deadly assault targeting a political campaign office. - Deadly violence marred the start of Afghanistan's election season on the weekend, after President Ashraf Ghani insisted "peace is coming" to the war-torn nation. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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000_1J667D.jpg0 viewsAfghan security forces and municipality workers gather at the site of an attack in Kabul on July 29, 2019, a day after a deadly assault targeting a political campaign office. - Deadly violence marred the start of Afghanistan's election season on the weekend, after President Ashraf Ghani insisted "peace is coming" to the war-torn nation. (Photo by NOORULLAH SHIRZADA / AFP)
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