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Multiple gunmen armed with suicide vests and AK-47s attacked Radio Television Afghanistan, a network in Jalalabad, on Wednesday morning, according to multiple reports. 

In the ensuing gun battle, police say six people — including three of the attackers and one police officer — were killed and 16 more were wounded, according to Al-Jazeera. Police told Al-Jazeera that two of the attackers detonated their suicide vests.

Though no terrorist group has yet claimed responsibility for the attack, Al-Jazeera reported that Khorasan, a terror cell affiliated with the Islamic state group that's also known as ISIS, has been responsible for previous attacks in the Nangarhar province, of which Jalalabad is the capital.

Anthony Smith
Senior writer