KABUL — Insurgents struck the Afghan capital two days before national elections, firing rockets or mortars at the presidential palace and unleashing a suicide car bomber on a NATO convoy. Alarmed, the government asked news media not to report violent acts on the day of the vote.
Attacks rock Kabul ahead of vote, Afghan government asks for media silence
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