Dozens feared dead in attacks in Afghanistan

Dozens feared dead in attacks in Afghanistan

Dozens feared dead in attacks in Afghanistan

Dawlat Waziri, defence ministry spokesman, said the suicide bomber targeted a minibus carrying the trainees right in front of a military academy in the Charrahi Qambar area of Kabul.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility for the grisly attack but recent assaults on Shiite mosques in Afghanistan have been carried out by Islamic State militants, who belong to the rival Sunni branch of Islam.

Friday's second attack during prayers occurred at a Sunni mosque in the central province of Ghor.

Pakistan has strongly condemned the suicide blasts in mosques' of Kabul while saying that it stands with his afghan brothers in this hour of grief and sorrow. In a separate incident, a suicide bomber killed 15 Afghan army trainees as they were leaving their base in Kabul yesterday.

Thursday: The Taliban killed at least 58 Afghan security forces in attacks that included an assault that almost wiped out an army camp in southern Kandahar province.

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The minister further stated that fronesic team from Lahore will come tomorrow to further investigate this incident. Security forces have cordoned off the area and kicked off a search operation in the surroundings.

No one claimed responsibility for that attack. The insurgent assault nearly wiped out the Afghan National Army base in the district of Maiwand.

At least 45 people were injured in the bombing at the Imam Zamam mosque in western Kabul, a security official said.

On the same day Taliban militants besieged a police headquarters in the southeastern province of Ghazni, attacking it for the second time this week.

The attacks included assaults on a military hospital in Kabul in March which may have killed up to 100 people, and on a base in Mazar-i-Sharif in April which left 144 people dead.

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