IN PICS: Afghan Indian embassy attack

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Forty-one people died and 150 others were injured on Monday in a suicide attack at the Indian embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. Arabian Business takes a look at what is being described as the deadliest attack since the 2001 fall of the Taliban. Here Afghan and Indian officials attempt to take a dead body from an Indian embassy car at the site of the attack. (Getty Images)
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An Afghan policemen stands alert at the site of the attack in front of Indian embassy. The suicide bomber rammed an explosives-laden car into the embassy, badly damaging the building and surrounding area. (Getty Images)
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Among those killed were the embassy’s military attache and a political counsellor, two Indian guards, six policemen and many Afghans collecting Indian visas. (Getty Images)
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Afghan policemen stand alert as the wreckage of a car is removed from the site of the attack. The Indian government has said the blast will not deter it from fulfilling its commitments to the government and people of Afghanistan. (Getty Images)
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An injured Afghan man walks out of a hospital in Kabul after being injured in the attack. The Taliban, which has carried out a wave of suicide bombings across the country in the past seven years, has denied involvement in the Indian embassy attack. (Getty Images)
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An Afghan nurse cries as she holds a wounded girl at a hospital near the site of the attack. The Afghan interior ministry said terrorists had carried out the attack in coordination and with advice from regional intelligence circles. (Getty Images)