British Embassy Vehicle Hit In Afghan Suicide Attack

One British citizen has been killed after a suicide bomber riding a motor bike struck a British embassy vehicle in Kabul.

According to officials, four Afghan people were also killed and more than 30 were injured in the blast.

A spokesman for the British Embassy confirmed the attack and is working with the relevant Afghan authorities.


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