کابل: د انګلستان پر فرهنګي او کلتوري مرکز باندي د نني برید انځورونه ۲۰۱۱-۸-۱۹

کابل: د انګلستان پر فرهنګي او کلتوري مرکز باندي د نني برید انځورونه ۲۰۱۱-۸-۱۹

An Afghan security official runs past British armoured vehicles at the site of a suicide attack and a clash at The British Council in Kabul on August 19, 2011. At least three people were killed as a wave of suicide explosions rocked a British cultural centre in Kabul, a public holiday marking Afghanistan's independence from Britain in 1919. Four blasts, claimed by the Taliban, struck the British Council offices in Kabul, while an AFP reporter at the scene reported heavy gunfire ongoing inside the compound.

British security personnel are seen near the site of a suicide attack outside The British Council in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Two suicide bombers attacked a British compound in the Afghan capital on Friday, killing at least three people and wounding two, police and eyewitnesses said.

Afghan security forces carry a wounded man at the site of a suicide attack and a clash at The British Council in Kabul on August 19, 2011. At least three people were killed as a wave of suicide explosions rocked a British cultural centre in Kabul, a public holiday marking Afghanistan's independence from Britain in 1919. Four blasts, claimed by the Taliban, struck the British Council offices in Kabul, while an AFP reporter at the scene reported heavy gunfire ongoing inside the compound.

CORRECTS THAT NATIONALITY OF VICTIM IS UNKNOWN - Afghan security forces carry a wounded man at the site of a suicide attack outside the British Council in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Two suicide bombers attacked the British compound in the Afghan capital on Friday.Afghan security forces stand guard in their position in a nearby building as smoke rises from a British cultural centre in Kabul August 19, 2011. Five Taliban attackers laid siege to a British cultural centre in the Afghan capital on Friday, killing at least nine people during an hours-long assault on the 92nd anniversary of Afghanistan's independence from British rule.

Afghan security men stands guard by the damaged wall of The British Council buildings during a suicide attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Two suicide bombers attacked a British compound in the Afghan capital on Friday, killing at least three people and wounding two, police and eyewitnesses said.A US helicopter flies over the site of a suicide attack and clash at the British cultural centre in Kabul on August 19, 2011. At least three people were killed as a wave of suicide explosions rocked a British cultural centre in Kabul, a public holiday marking Afghanistan's independence from Britain in 1919. Four blasts, claimed by the Taliban, struck the British Council offices in Kabul, while an AFP reporter at the scene reported heavy gunfire ongoing inside the compound.

Policemen carry the body of a suicide attacker at the site of the attack at the British cultural centre in Kabul, August 19, 2011. Five Taliban attackers laid siege to a British cultural centre in the Afghan capital on Friday, killing at least nine people during an hours-long assault on the 92nd anniversary of Afghanistan's independence from British rule.Afghan policemen show the dead body of a suicide attacker to the media at the site of a suicide attack and clash at the British cultural centre in Kabul on August 19, 2011. At least three people were killed as a wave of suicide explosions rocked a British cultural centre in Kabul, a public holiday marking Afghanistan's independence from Britain in 1919. Four blasts, claimed by the Taliban, struck the British Council offices in Kabul, while an AFP reporter at the scene reported heavy gunfire ongoing inside the compound.

 

At least eight Afghan police and one foreigner are believed to have been killed after Taliban marked the anniversary of Afghanistan's independence from Britain with an multi-phased attack on the British Council building in Kabul. 19th August 2011Afghan commando troops and policemen take up position at the site of a suicide attack at a British cultural centre in Kabul, August 19, 2011. Five Taliban attackers laid siege to the British cultural centre in the Afghan capital on Friday, killing at least nine people during an hours-long assault on the 92nd anniversary of Afghanistan's independence from British rule.

At least eight Afghan police and one foreigner are believed to have been killed after Taliban marked the anniversary of Afghanistan's independence from Britain with an multi-phased attack on the British Council building in Kabul. 19th August 2011

Afghan policemen show the body of a suicide attacker to the media at the site of the attack at a British cultural centre in Kabul August 19, 2011. Five Taliban attackers laid siege to the British cultural centre in the Afghan capital on Friday, killing at least nine people during an hours-long assault on the 92nd anniversary of Afghanistan's independence from British rule.

Afghan policemen show the dead body of a suicide attacker to the media at the site of a suicide attack and clash at the British cultural centre in Kabul on August 19, 2011. At least three people were killed as a wave of suicide explosions rocked a British cultural centre in Kabul, a public holiday marking Afghanistan's independence from Britain in 1919. Four blasts, claimed by the Taliban, struck the British Council offices in Kabul, while an AFP reporter at the scene reported heavy gunfire ongoing inside the compound.

At least eight Afghan police and one foreigner are believed to have been killed after Taliban marked the anniversary of Afghanistan's independence from Britain with an multi-phased attack on the British Council building in Kabul. 19th August 2011

Smoke rises from a British cultural center as U.S. troops keep watch in Kabul August 19, 2011. Five Taliban attackers laid siege to the British cultural centre in the Afghan capital on Friday, killing at least nine people during an hours-long assault on the 92nd anniversary of Afghanistan's independence from British rule.

Smoke billows from The British Council building during a suicide attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Two suicide bombers attacked a British compound in the Afghan capital on Friday, killing at least three people and wounding two, police and eyewitnesses said.

The hand of a suicide attacker is seen as police display his body after an attack outside The British Council in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Two suicide bombers attacked a British compound in the Afghan capital on Friday, killing at least three people and wounding two, police and eyewitnesses said.

An Afghan policeman rest on a foot path after a suicide attack outside The British Council in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Two suicide bombers attacked a British compound in the Afghan capital on Friday, killing at least three people and wounding two, police and eyewitnesses said.

American and Afghan security men inspect the site of a suicide attack outside The British Council in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Two suicide bombers attacked a British compound in the Afghan capital on Friday, killing at least three people and wounding two, police and eyewitnesses said.

British security personnel gather at the site of a suicide attack and a clash at The British Council in Kabul on August 19, 2011. At least three people were killed as a wave of suicide explosions rocked a British cultural centre in Kabul, a public holiday marking Afghanistan's independence from Britain in 1919. Four blasts, claimed by the Taliban, struck the British Council offices in Kabul, while an AFP reporter at the scene reported heavy gunfire ongoing inside the compound.

CORRECTS PHOTOGRAPHER'S BYLINE   Afghan security forces carry a wounded police man at the site of a suicide attack outside The British Council in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Two suicide bombers attacked a British compound in the Afghan capital on Friday.

An Afghan National Army (ANA) helicopter flies over the site of a suicide attack and a clash at The British Council in Kabul on August 19, 2011. At least three people were killed as a wave of suicide explosions rocked a British cultural centre in Kabul, a public holiday marking Afghanistan's independence from Britain in 1919. Four blasts, claimed by the Taliban, struck the British Council offices in Kabul, while an AFP reporter at the scene reported heavy gunfire ongoing inside the compound.

Afghan security officials take position as a helicopter hovers at the site of a suicide attack and a clash at The British Council in Kabul on August 19, 2011. At least three people were killed as a wave of suicide explosions rocked a British cultural centre in Kabul, a public holiday marking Afghanistan's independence from Britain in 1919. Four blasts, claimed by the Taliban, struck the British Council offices in Kabul, while an AFP reporter at the scene reported heavy gunfire ongoing inside the compound.

Afghan police officers stand guard near the wreckage resulting from a suicide bomb attack outside The British Council in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Two suicide bombers attacked a British compound in the Afghan capital on Friday, killing at least three people and wounding two, police and eyewitnesses said.

Afghan security personnel gather at the site of a suicide attack and a clash at The British Council in Kabul on August 19, 2011. At least three people were killed as a wave of suicide explosions rocked a British cultural centre in Kabul, a public holiday marking Afghanistan's independence from Britain in 1919. Four blasts, claimed by the Taliban, struck the British Council offices in Kabul, while an AFP reporter at the scene reported heavy gunfire ongoing inside the compound.

Afghan security forces carry a wounded police man at the site of a suicide attack outside The British Council in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Two suicide bombers attacked the British compound in the Afghan capital on Friday.

British security personnel walk at the site of a suicide attack and a clash at The British Council in Kabul on August 19, 2011. At least three people were killed as a wave of suicide explosions rocked a British cultural centre in Kabul, a public holiday marking Afghanistan's independence from Britain in 1919. Four blasts, claimed by the Taliban, struck the British Council offices in Kabul, while an AFP reporter at the scene reported heavy gunfire ongoing inside the compound.

Afghan people watch from distance as Afghan police and American soldiers unseen, inspects the site of suicide attack outside The British Council in Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, Aug. 19, 2011. Two suicide bombers attacked a British compound in the Afghan capital on Friday, killing at least three people and wounding two, police and eyewitnesses said.

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