The violence came on the first day of campaigning for the upcoming presidential elections, serving as a grim reminder of Afghanistan's woeful security situation and the sort of mayhem and murder that have beset previous polls.
A suspected suicide bombing outside a police station in Indonesia has left at least one attacker dead, authorities said on Wednesday. The explosion happened around 8:45am local time (0145 GMT)
Nineteen years on, the overriding concern is averting a chaotic conclusion specially in view of the fact that more than 3,500 coalition troops are dead and over 110,000 Afghans killed (“Blasts targeting Afghan security forces claim dozens of lives,”
Officials at the hospital confirmed the dead were killed in an attack earlier in the day at a checkpoint outside the General Degaban military training camp in the capital.
The two major blasts outside the Kabul airport on Thursday, where more than 100 people have been killed, about 13 of them of the US Marines, is rude and shocking reminder that within the right-wing militant groups there are divisions and factions,