By AMIR SHAH and HEIDI VOGT
MUHMUD RAQI, Afghanistan (AP) — At least 84 Afghan schoolgirls were admitted to a hospital Tuesday for headaches and vomiting in the third apparent poison attack on a girls school in as many weeks, officials and doctors said.
The students were lining up outside their school in northeastern Afghanistan on Tuesday morning when a strange odor filled the school yard, and one girl collapsed, said the school’s principal, who was herself in a hospital bed gasping for breath as she described the event.
“We took her inside and splashed water on her face,” said Mossena, who like many Afghans goes by one name. Then other girls started passing out in the yard and they sent all the students home.
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