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Two Explosions Echo Across Afghan Capital

At least two loud explosions echoed across Kabul early Tuesday, and a spokesman for international peacekeepers said they were investigating. The blasts came amid extremely tight security in the capital, with 500 delegates in the city for a loya jirga, or grand council, to ratify Afghanistan’s first post-Taliban constitution. There had been threats that Taliban insurgents might target the council, but its first two days had passed without problems. The exact location of the blasts, which rang out at about 12:50 a.m., was unclear. Full Story

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