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More than 30 killed in two Afghanistan bombings

More than 30 people were killed this morning in a pair of bombings in Afghanistan. One of the attacks was in the capital, Kabul. The other was north of the city. The bombings came after the death of another U.S. serviceman. Charlie D’Agata reports.

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