Kabul protesters call for action over rise in deadly attacks

Protesters have taken to the streets of Afghanistan's capital Kabul to call for action over the deteriorating security situation, after hundreds of people were killed recently in a string of attacks carried out by the Taliban in the city.

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    Protesters have taken to the streets of Afghanistan's capital Kabul to call for action over the deteriorating security situation, after hundreds of people were killed recently in a string of attacks carried out by the Taliban in the city.

    Al Jazeera's Jennifer Glasse reports from Kabul.


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