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Explosions Hit Kabul After Obama Exits

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Molly Hunter (@MollyMHunter) and Aleem Agha (@AleemAgha) report: Just hours after President Barack Obama delivered his pre-dawn, prime time speech in Kabul marking the anniversary of Osama bin Laden’s death and reaffirming his commitment to fulfill the U.S. mission in Afghanistan, two major explosions rocked..

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