BREAKING: Suicide Bombing at Red Cross Office in Jalalabad, Afghanistan

UPDATE: 11:34 a.m. EST:
The victims reportedly include the killed guard, a wounded guard, and a “foreigner” wounded. Again, all three attackers are now dead after a police operation.

UPDATE: 11:31 a.m. EST:
The police raid on the seized building appears to be successful, with “all three attackers … killed.” That number likely includes the attacker who blew himself up at the gate as well as the two who reportedly entered the building after the explosion.

UPDATE: 11:21 a.m. EST:
Police are seen mounting the roof of the complex, where attackers remain inside:

UPDATE: 11:15 a.m. EST:
Police are planning to “flash” the attackers out of the building:

Original story below.

An attack that included a suicide-bombing at the office of the International Red Cross office in Jalalabad, Afghanistan, has killed at least one guard — and the situation is ongoing, according to reports.

Reuters reports a bomber blew himself up at the gate, “and two more insurgents entered the building,” where a firefight with Afghan police continued inside the ICRC building.

Earlier, a drone was seen flying overhead:

Aljazeera says the “ICRC’s $90 million-a-year operations in Afghanistan are the group’s biggest in the world.”

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Afghan war amputees and children practice walking at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), orthopedic center in Kabul, Afghanistan. The offices of the ICRC in Jalalabad were attacked today. (Getty Images)