BBC driver killed, 4 journalists injured in Kabul suicide bombing | Public Radio of Armenia:
The BBC Afghan driver Mohammed Nazir was killed in the attack. Four journalists were injured and were treated in the hospital, the BBC World Service said in a statement.
Mohammed Nazir worked as a driver for the BBC Afghan Service for more than four years. He was in his late thirties and leaves a young family.
The attack killed at least 80 people and injured more than 300. No group has yet claimed responsibility, but the Taliban has denied involvement.