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At least 80 people were killed, with another 300 injured, after a bomb exploded in Afghanistan's capital of Kabul on Wednesday. The blast took place in an area that houses multiple embassies. 

Officials described the blast as a suicide attack. The Taliban, Afghanistan's most powerful insurgency, denied responsibility for the attack, the Wall Street Journal reported. The Islamic State has not made a public declaration about the attack. 

The White House is currently considering a Pentagon proposal to deploy 3,000 U.S. troops to advise and assist the local military. 

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