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Afghanistan is marking a day of mourning on July 24 for more than 80 people who were killed in a suicide bombing that targeted peaceful protesters in Kabul on July 23.
An Indian charity worker kidnapped in the Afghan capital last month has been released, Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj announced on July 23.
The Taliban has laid siege to several districts in the northern Afghan province of Kunduz, which briefly fell to the militants last year.
The family of a pregnant Afghan girl who was burned to death have demanded that the government bring the perpetrators to justice.
German media have reported that the 17-year-old asylum seeker who was shot dead by police after attacking passengers with an ax and knife on a train in southern Germany was not Afghan but in fact Pakistani.
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