Afghans grieve after attack on Shia mosque

At least four people were killed on Thursday in bombing of a Shia mosque in Kabul. Continuing violence in Afghanistan has seriously damaged confidence in the government. The minority Shia community feels especially vulnerable.

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    At least four people were killed on Thursday in the bombing of a Shia mosque in Kabul.

    Continuing violence in Afghanistan has seriously damaged confidence in the government. The minority Shia community feels especially vulnerable.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Kabul.


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