The Taliban have claimed responsibility for an attack that has rocked Afghanistan's capital city, Kabul. The explosion left hundreds wounded and up to 40 people are feared dead.
Police and Interior Ministry officials report that several loud explosions have rocked the Afghan capital, Kabul. At least two people have been killed and officials fear the casualty toll may rise.
Two explosions in Afghanistan's capital have killed more than 20 people, officials say. The "Islamic State" has claimed responsibility for the attacks, which also targeted journalists.
In a double suicide attack in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, one of the attackers mingled with reporters — and detonated the explosives. It was a calculated attack on press freedom, says DW's Sandra Petersmann.
The UN said rockets and heavy machine gun fire from Afghan Air Force helicopters killed and wounded scores of people during a raid last month. The majority of the victims were children attending a religious ceremony.
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