Seven people were killed in an attack on the Afghan ministry of information in Kabul, officials said.
An explosion was heard at 11:40 local time (07:10 GMT) and sporadic gunfire continued for over six hours before officials declared the incident over.
A ministry source said one of the attackers got inside the building, reports BBC.
The attack comes a day after talks between Afghan officials and the Taliban were suspended, but the Taliban said they were not behind the assault.
Among the dead were four civilians and three police officers, while another eight civilians were wounded.
Although Kabul still sees fighting, this attack follows months of relative calm.
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