Taliban strikes Afghanistan again

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Afghan security forces inspect the site of a suicide attack after clashes with Taliban fighters in front of the Parliament, in Kabul. The Taliban launched a complex attack on the Afghan parliament, with a suicide car bomber striking at the entrance and gunmen battling police as lawmakers were meeting inside to confirm the appointment of a defense minister, police and witnesses said. (AP Photo)

Afghan security forces inspect the site of a suicide attack after clashes with Taliban fighters in front of the Parliament, in Kabul. The Taliban launched a complex attack on the Afghan parliament, with a suicide car bomber striking at the entrance and gunmen battling police as lawmakers were meeting inside to confirm the appointment of a defense minister, police and witnesses said. (AP Photo)

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Smoke rises at the site of a suicide attack during clashes with Taliban fighters in front of the Parliament in Kabul. (AP Photo)

Smoke rises at the site of a suicide attack during clashes with Taliban fighters in front of the Parliament in Kabul. (AP Photo)

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Members of Afghan security forces arrive at the site of the attack near the Afghan parliament in Kabul. (Reuters Photo)

Members of Afghan security forces arrive at the site of the attack near the Afghan parliament in Kabul. (Reuters Photo)

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An Afghan municipality worker carries the dead body of a Taliban attacker after clashes with security forces in front of the Parliament, in Kabul. (AP Photo)

An Afghan municipality worker carries the dead body of a Taliban attacker after clashes with security forces in front of the Parliament, in Kabul. (AP Photo)

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Afghan security forces take positions at the site of the suicide attack. (AP Photo)

Afghan security forces take positions at the site of the suicide attack. (AP Photo)

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Women walk past as smoke rises from the site of the suicide attack near the Afghan Parliament. (Reuters Photo)

Women walk past as smoke rises from the site of the suicide attack near the Afghan Parliament. (Reuters Photo)

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A member of Afghan security forces holds a rifle at the site of the suicide attack near the Afghan Parliament. (Reuters Photo)

A member of Afghan security forces holds a rifle at the site of the suicide attack near the Afghan Parliament. (Reuters Photo)

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An Afghan soldier loads a military vehicle at the site of the suicide attack. (AP Photo)

An Afghan soldier loads a military vehicle at the site of the suicide attack. (AP Photo)

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Members of security forces stand at the site of the attack. A Taliban suicide bomber and six gunmen attacked the Afghan Parliament, wounding at least 19 people and sending a plume of black smoke across Kabul. (Reuters Photo)

Members of security forces stand at the site of the attack. A Taliban suicide bomber and six gunmen attacked the Afghan Parliament, wounding at least 19 people and sending a plume of black smoke across Kabul. (Reuters Photo)

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Afghan security forces inspect damages at the site of the suicide attack outside the Parliament building in Kabul. (AP Photo)

Afghan security forces inspect damages at the site of the suicide attack outside the Parliament building in Kabul. (AP Photo)

UPDATED ON JUN 22, 2015 05:43 PM IST
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