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Brutal Attack on the US Consulate in Herat, Afghanistan

Taliban claims responsibility for the attack in Afghanistan. No Americans were killed.
01:42 | 09/13/2013

Transcript for Brutal Attack on the US Consulate in Herat, Afghanistan

the images coming in after a deadly attack on a u.S.Afghanistan. The moments playing out in the city of herat. Thankfully, no americans were lost, but this marks the first strike on a u.S. Consulate... See More
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