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Six people have been killed in a suicide bombing, after a group allied to the Taliban say they targeted foreign troops in Kabul..
Another 37 people were injured in the attack in the Afghan capital on Thursday morning.
The suicide bomber drove his car at a convoy transporting foreign forces.
None of the dead or injured are believed to be military personnel and NATO is investigating the incident.
Islamic insurgents Hezb-e-Islami, who have links with the Taliban, have claimed responsibility for the attack. The group say they have been planning the bombing for over a week and that the target was American advisers.
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