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At least 20 people, including two civilians, were killed in an attack on a police station in Afghanistan on Tuesday. Taliban suicide bombers disguised as police officers bombed the station in Pui-i-Alam, the capital of the Logar province.
The Associated Press reports that the first bomber blew himself up at the police headquarters' gate, and a second bomber detonated his explosives at a security checkpoint inside the police compound. Other bombers blew themselves up inside a dining hall where officers were eating lunch. An additional eight people were wounded in the attack.
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