John Hemming

Correspondent, Reuters News Service

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At least fifty people, including five members of Afghanistan's parliament, were killed by a suicide bomber today in northern Afghanistan.  John Hemming is chief correspondent in Kabul…

Suicide Bomber Kills at Least 50 in Northern Afghanistan

At least fifty people, including five members of Afghanistan's parliament, were killed by a suicide bomber today in northern Afghanistan.  John Hemming is chief correspondent in Kabul…

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