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An Afghan TV network was attacked. Its wounded anchor went back on the air with his hands bandaged

KABUL, Afghanistan - Gunmen disguised as police officers stormed the headquarters of a television station in Kabul on Tuesday, killing at least two employees, wounding 20 and forcing the station off the air for nearly four hours in another audacious attack in the Afghan capital.

When Shamshad TV resumed broadcasting, Parwiz Safi sat at the anchor's desk,

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