Heavy gunfire on streets of Kabul amid reports of protests
Heavy gunfire broke out in the Afghan capital as the Taliban were cracking down on a protest, Euronews' correspondent in Kabul reports.The Taliban started firing to disperse a protest and told journalists to stop filming. The street was quiet after ten minutes of non-stop gunfire.The street was quiet after ten minutes of non-stop gunfire.
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