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Published on August 19th, 2011 | by Luca Gastaldi
Image © [caption id="attachment_3214" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Kabul ©CanadaenAfghanistan"][/caption] Suicide bombers stormed a British Council compound in Kabul, the Afghan capital, in an attack that has killed at least eight people. A Taliban spokesman declared the attack was carried out to mark the anniversary of Afghan independence from British rule, achieved on August 19, 1919 at the end of the third Anglo-Afghan. This is not the first time Afghanistan's Independence Day, which is a public holiday in the country, has been selected to carry out a major attack. The Foreign Office has confirmed that all British nationals affected by the attack are now safe. Most of the victims are thought to be Afghan Police officers. The British Council is a partly government funded charity that describes itself as the UK’s international cultural relations body. It was founded in 1934 and it operates independently from the UK government. Its aim is "to build mutually beneficial cultural and educational relationships between the United Kingdom and other countries, and increase appreciation of the United Kingdom's creative ideas and achievements".

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British Council Compound Attacked in Kabul

Kabul ©CanadaenAfghanistan

Suicide bombers stormed a British Council compound in Kabul, the Afghan capital, in an attack that has killed at least eight people.

A Taliban spokesman declared the attack was carried out to mark the anniversary of Afghan independence from British rule, achieved on August 19, 1919 at the end of the third Anglo-Afghan.

This is not the first time Afghanistan’s Independence Day, which is a public holiday in the country, has been selected to carry out a major attack.

The Foreign Office has confirmed that all British nationals affected by the attack are now safe. Most of the victims are thought to be Afghan Police officers.

The British Council is a partly government funded charity that describes itself as the UK’s international cultural relations body. It was founded in 1934 and it operates independently from the UK government. Its aim is “to build mutually beneficial cultural and educational relationships between the United Kingdom and other countries, and increase appreciation of the United Kingdom’s creative ideas and achievements”.

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