Kabul: A suicide bomber in the Afghan capital caused dozens of casualties on Thursday after blowing himself up close to a group of security personnel who were carrying out an operation against illegal drugs and alcohol dealing, officials said. ISIS, which has claimed a series of attacks in Kabul over the past two years, issued a statement on its Amaq news agency saying it was responsible.
Um homem-bomba na capital do Afeganistão causou diversas mortes e deixou vários feridos nesta terça-feira após se explodir perto de um grupo de membros das forças da segurança que realizava uma operação contra comércio ilegal de drogas e álcool, disseram autoridades. O Estado Islâmico, que reivindicou uma série de ataques em Cabul nos últimos dois anos, emitiu um comunicado em sua agência de notícias Amaq dizendo ser responsável.
KABUL — At least 20 people were killed and wounded in a suicide attack in the Afghan capital, Kabul, on Thursday, interior ministry spokesman Najib Danish said. Officials said the bomber blew himself up after approaching a group of security personnel who had been conducting an operation against illegal drugs and alcohol sales in an area of Kabul not far from the U.S. embassy.
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