Kabul security eases three weeks after truck bomb blast

Security checks have been eased in the Afghan capital Kabul, three weeks after a massive truck bomb explosion killed and injured hundreds of people.

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    Security checks have been eased in the Afghan capital Kabul, three weeks after a massive truck bomb explosion killed and injured hundreds of people.

    The devastation provoked anti-government rallies and allegations of army brutality after protesters were shot dead.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from Kabul.


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