Suicide blast near Indian Embassy

World | | July 7, 2008, 12:20 pm
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Embassy sources told CNN-IBN that it's an emergency situation and 80 per cent of Embassy system has been shut down. (Reuters Photo)

Embassy sources told CNN-IBN that it's an emergency situation and 80 per cent of Embassy system has been shut down. (Reuters Photo)

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A suicide car bomb exploded on a crowded street near the Indian Embassy in central Kabul during Monday morning rush hour, killing 28 people and injuring 141 others officials said. (Reuters Photo)

A suicide car bomb exploded on a crowded street near the Indian Embassy in central Kabul during Monday morning rush hour, killing 28 people and injuring 141 others officials said. (Reuters Photo)

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The Ministry of External Affairs confirmed it was a suicide attack. One security observation post of the Embassy has been damaged. (Reuters Photo)

The Ministry of External Affairs confirmed it was a suicide attack. One security observation post of the Embassy has been damaged. (Reuters Photo)

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Embassy sources told CNN-IBN that it's an emergency situation and 80 per cent of Embassy system has been shut down. (Reuters Photo)

Embassy sources told CNN-IBN that it's an emergency situation and 80 per cent of Embassy system has been shut down. (Reuters Photo)

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The bomb went off near the Indian Embassy, which sits across the street from Afghanistan's Interior Ministry on a tree-lined street in the center of the Afghan capital. Dozens of Afghan men line up outside the embassy every morning to apply for visas to India.  (Reuters Photo)

The bomb went off near the Indian Embassy, which sits across the street from Afghanistan's Interior Ministry on a tree-lined street in the center of the Afghan capital. Dozens of Afghan men line up outside the embassy every morning to apply for visas to India. (Reuters Photo)

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Two Afghan men who were wounded in a suicide attack near the Indian Embassy in central Kabul lie on a bed at a hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, July 7, 2008. (AP Photo)

Two Afghan men who were wounded in a suicide attack near the Indian Embassy in central Kabul lie on a bed at a hospital in Kabul, Afghanistan, Monday, July 7, 2008. (AP Photo)

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An Afghan health worker holds a child who was wounded in a suicide attack near the Indian Embassy. (AP Photo)

An Afghan health worker holds a child who was wounded in a suicide attack near the Indian Embassy. (AP Photo)

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An Afghan child wounded in a suicide attack near the Indian Embassy in central Kabul cries on a hospital bed.
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An Afghan child wounded in a suicide attack near the Indian Embassy in central Kabul cries on a hospital bed. (AP Photo)