Attack on UN in Afghanistan...
Militant gunmen hit a U-N guest house in Kabul early today. So far, the U.N. says 6 employees are dead and nine injured. 12 people are dead in total. The attack comes as Afghanistan approaches its election "re-do" on November 7th. The Taliban have repeatedly threatened violence around the presidential run-off. We're following this story throughout the morning, and will post more information as the day goes on.
Nicole Ireland, Producer, World Report
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