The guest house is operated by a Swedish aid and development charity called Operation Mercy, and all of its foreign employees are believed to stay there. Photo: EPA The guest house is operated by a Swedish aid and development charity called Operation Mercy, and all of its foreign employees are believed to stay there. Photo: EPA
The guest house is operated by a Swedish aid and development charity called Operation Mercy, and all of its foreign employees are believed to stay there. Photo: EPA

Hunt for Kabul attackers who killed German aid worker, abducted Finnish woman from guest house

No group has so far claimed responsibility for the attack late Saturday on the guest house run by Swedish charity Operation Mercy in the heart of the Afghan capital

Topic |   Islamic militancy
The guest house is operated by a Swedish aid and development charity called Operation Mercy, and all of its foreign employees are believed to stay there. Photo: EPA The guest house is operated by a Swedish aid and development charity called Operation Mercy, and all of its foreign employees are believed to stay there. Photo: EPA
The guest house is operated by a Swedish aid and development charity called Operation Mercy, and all of its foreign employees are believed to stay there. Photo: EPA
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