A suicide bomber has attacked a mini-bus carrying foreign and local workers close to Kabul airport in Afghanistan.
Reports suggest at least ten people have been killed in the blast.
Eight of the victims worked for an international courier company. The other was an Afghan translator.
The Hezb-e-Islami group has claimed responsibility for the attack in response to the anti-Islam film.
Eight Afghan workers are being treated for injuries.
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