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US Embassy in Afghanistan Attacked on 9/11 Anniversary
By Andrew J. Sciascia, Western Journal, Published September 11, 2019:
Minutes after midnight on Wednesday, a rocket blast shook the United States Embassy in Afghanistan.
The attack, which fell on the eighteenth anniversary of the tragic 9/11 terrorist attacks on the U.S., sent a sizable plume of smoke into the air over the Afghan capital of Kabul, The Associated Press reported.
The outlet reported that loud sirens could be heard from the scene and embassy employees were briefed on the attack via loudspeaker announcement which said, “An explosion caused by a rocket has occurred on compound.”
Within an hour it was determined that there were no casualties from the explosion and an all-clear was given.
The AP also indicated this was the first major attack in the city since President Donald Trump called off peace talks with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Taliban leaders at Camp David.
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