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>> Gunmen armed with assault rifles and grenade launchers stormed Afghanistan's interior ministry in Kabul on Wednesday in the latest in a series of militant attacks in the capital. The group of ten attackers battled security forces for more than two hours. A car bomb exploded at the Ministry's entrance before several gunmen got inside
> This man says, he saw a suicide attacker detonate his explosive at the entrance wounding two people. A Ministry spokesman says at least one policeman was killed and five wounded in the attack. Islamic state has claimed responsibility. The incident came after a U.S. military spokesmen said more than 50 senior Taliban commanders were killed in artillery strike last week while attending a meeting.
The Taliban dismissed the report as propaganda, a series of deadly attacks in Kabul this year have killed and wounded hundreds of people. Security official say, violence is expected to pick up before October's parliamentary elections.