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2013 Indian embassy attack

2013 Indian embassy attack
Part of War in Afghanistan (2001–present)
Location Jalalabad, Afghanistan
Date 3 August 2013
Deaths 8
3 suicide bombers
Perpetrator Taliban

On 3 August 2013 the Indian embassy in Jalalabad, Afghanistan was attacked by three suicide bombers. The attack caused the deaths of nine Afghans with the majority of those killed being children.[1] The US department of state condemned the attacks.[2]


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