A powerful blast has hit the center of Afghanistan's capital, Kabul. The Taliban have claimed responsibility for the suicide bombing, which comes just days after the Islamist extremists announced the start of their spring offensive.
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.
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.
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.
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