The capital Kabul has been rocked by back-to-back bombings this week that have claimed dozens of lives.
The police official blamed the Taliban for the attack who have a strong presence in the area, especially in the Pasaband district. The Taliban have not commented on the attack in Ghor.
At least 22 people were killed and another 27 wounded when three gunmen rampaged through the university on Nov.2, spraying classrooms with bullets for several hours.
The Daesh members killed in the raid on their hideout were involved in two major attacks in recent weeks, one on a city mosque and the other on a tutoring institute in which dozens of female students were killed, said the spokesman.
I honestly thought this day would never come, but it seems like the Hollywood rom-com is on its way out. Well, probably not out but definitely down
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Embassy of Pakistan, Abu Dhabi held a reception to commemorate the National Day of Pakistan. A large number of diplomatic corps, officials of the UAE, prominent business individuals and Pakistani community residing in the UAE participated in the event. His Excellency Sheikh Nahayan Mabarak Al Nahayan, Member of the Cabinet and the Minister
French President Emmanuel Macron seems to have scored a costly victory when he survived the no-confidence motion by nine votes in the National Assembly and he has managed to push his pension reform, pushing the retirement age up from 62 to 64. When the legislation failed to pass in the legislature, Macron resorted to Article 49.3 in the Constitution