Attack comes as U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis and NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg visit Afghan capital.

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General: A general officer is an officer of high military rank, usually in the army, and in some nations, the air force. The term is widely used by many nations of the world, and when a country uses a different term, there is an equivalent title given.
Defense: Defense or defence may refer to:
Afghan: Afghan refers to something from Afghanistan, particularly a citizen of that country. Prior to this definition, it was used by Persian speakers and those influenced by the Persian language to denote mostly the Pashtun people. In modern times, "Afghan" is still generally used as an ethnic term and as