Afghan security forces ended a seven-hour gun siege on a Kabul guesthouse early Thursday, with three assailants killed, officials said.
"Three attackers have been killed. They didn't get the chance to detonate their suicide vests," Kabul deputy police chief Sayed Gul Agha Rohani told AFP. "We are still trying to identify the victims."
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