A British man killed in a bomb blast in Kabul has been named as Simon Chase.
Mr Chase was one of two Britons among the dead in the attack in Kabul, which killed at least 21 people.
The Foreign Office earlier named the other British national as Dhamender Singh Phangurha who was a Labour MEP candidate.
The FCO confirmed they were providing consular advice to the two victims' families at this difficult time.
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