The Afghan capital of Kabul is not able to supply its fast-growing population with enough water. People now have to dig deeper to find the scarce resource.
At least 57 people have been killed in a blast in Afghanistan's capital after several weeks of relative calm. The attack highlights ongoing security concerns ahead of delayed elections planned for October.
War-ravaged Afghanistan is expected to hold parliamentary elections this October but recent attacks on voter registration centers suggest that the elections could exact a higher toll than previously expected.
At least 26 people have been killed and another 52 injured after a suicide bomber blew himself up during Persian New Year's celebrations in Kabul. The "Islamic State" group has claimed responsibility for the attack.
"Islamic State" has once again chosen to target Shiites in its latest Kabul attack that killed at least 26 people. Experts say the group is trying to create sectarian rifts in the country and use them to its advantage.
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