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-- -- and Afghan police forces waiting until daylight to storm the hotel where Taliban militants held dozens of -- hostage.
Using -- as human shields.
There's got to -- seven tears were killed in their bodies are lying around and they couldn't -- -- -- small injury to one of our soldiers.
The decision to wait until sunrise to go full force into the rescue operation.
Was a move to avoid civilian deaths in the dark of night.
At least twenty people were killed after all over one eyewitness describing the scene moments after militants burst into the popular lakeside spot just outside the Afghan capital -- That is I went to the reception and told the manager but I think suicide attackers have entered here that inning before I finished talking with the manager they fired up.
Evidence of the attacks spread throughout the hotel and many survivors jumping into the lake to escape the gunman.
NATO led coalition commander in Afghanistan general John Allen says the attack bears the signature of the Haqqani Network.
The Afghan Taliban quickly taking credit for the attack a militant spokesman complaining wealthy Afghans and foreigners were using the hotel for quote.
Prostitution and wild parties ahead -- -- Friday religious day holiday.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai condemned the attack -- striking a place where people go for picnics.
As a sign of defeat for the enemies of Afghanistan.
The violence across Afghanistan has spiked in recent days with.
More than a dozen civilians and three US soldiers killed in the latest series of attacks.
In London Amy Kellogg Fox News.
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