November 2019 Kabul bombing
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|November 2019 Kabul bombing|
|Part of War in Afghanistan (2001–present)|
|Location||Khair Khana area, Kabul, Afghanistan|
|Date||13 November 2019|
|Target||Employees of GardaWorld|
|Weapons||Suicide car bombing|
|Deaths||12 (+1 attacker)|
The year of 2019 has been the most violent year for the city of Kabul, with multiple bombings in the city. The most deadly being on 1 July and 17 August. The Taliban claimed responsibility for the first and the Islamic State for the second.
On 13 November, a vehicle filled with explosives detonated during morning rush hour, targeting a convoy of private Canadian security company GardaWorld. 13 people, including the attacker and three children, were killed. 20 others, including four foreign nationals (which has not been confirmed yet), were injured.
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