Martin Patience

Reporter, BBC

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Reporter for the BBC, stationed in Kabul, Afghanistan

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In Kabul, Afghanistan today a suicide car bomb has killed at least 41 people and seriously injured many more.

Bomb Kills Dozens in Kabul

In Kabul, Afghanistan today a suicide car bomb has killed at least 41 people and seriously injured many more.

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