A suicide bomber with an explosive device at a wedding hall in the Afghan capital, Kabul, are Saturday night is definitely in 63 deaths and 182 injuries in some cases. It reports that the Afghan government has also confirmed that it is a terrorist attack, and that many of the women and children are among the victims.
The islamic State (IS), the attack claimed that it took place in the west of Kabul, in the trouwcentrum of Dubai City. Or that the terrorist group was indeed behind the attack, it has, however, yet to be discovered. The Taliban also condemned the attack.
Ahmad Omid is one of the survivors of the shipwreck. According to him, it was about twelve hundred guests will be invited to the wedding. “I was with the groom’s in the other room when the explosion was heard. Everywhere in the hall, and the layers of people spread out. In the midst of the carnage stood a blood-covered chairs, and a pile of left shoes.”
Ravages in the hall of honor after a suicide bomb attack Kabul
The Taliban and the U.S. are in discussion about troop withdrawal from Afghanistan
The attack came at the very moment that the terrorist organisation the Taliban and the United States to try to reach an agreement on the withdrawal of the armed forces of the united states.
In return, the Taliban took obligation for the safety and security of the nation, to save and to efforts by the U.S.-backed government of Afghanistan, to discuss with them.
In the midst of the carnage stood the pile of abandoned shoes. (Photo: Reuters)
Seventeen major attack in Kabul since January
The attack on the hall of honor was in the seventeenth major attack in Kabul since January. In the last sixteen of which were, according to the authorities, at least 113 people have been killed and more than 700 were injured.
At a ceremony in Kabul to celebrate the men and women of the party is usually in a separate area. Often, there will be hundreds of guests invited to attend.
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