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New Blast in Afghanistan's Jalalabad Kills 2

Two Afghan civilians died as a result of an explosion at a bus station in the eastern city of Jalalabad in Nangarhar Province on Sunday morning, an eyewitness said.
The blast also injured one Taliban* militant, the eyewitness said.

On Saturday, a car bomb explosion in Jalalabad killed three people and injured 19.
The Taliban took over Afghanistan on 15 August. The US-led NATO troops evacuated by 31 August, ending the nearly 20-year foreign military presence in the Central Asian country. The last stronghold of the anti-Taliban resistance in the Panjshir province fell on 6 September.

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