Four killed in Kabul blast

The attacker was on foot and blew himself up when workers were going to their offices.

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The attack near Abdul Haq Square comes one week after gunmen stormed a military training centre in Kabul, an assault also claimed by ISIL.

Reuters, which confirmed five deaths with the Afghan interior ministry, reports that all of the known victims were civilians.

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An AFP reporter at the blast site said the attack happened outside the main entrance to an NDS compound.

The Afghan capital has come under attack several times in 2017.

Interior Ministry spokesman Najib Danish said another three people were wounded in the attack, adding that the exact target was unclear.

In a surprise visit last week to Kabul and Masar-i-Sharif, German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel vowed that the embassy, which previously had about 100 workers, would be up and running again soon.

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