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The radical militant group Islamic State (IS) has claimed responsibility for the attack, although it has falsely asserted connections to bombings in the past and Afghan officials were initially silent on IS's possible role.
President Ashraf Ghani condemned as "barbaric" an attack on a wedding party in Kabul that killed at least 63 people and left 182 others injured and called an extraordinary security meeting.
The army claims to have cleared the area near the Afghan border of Islamic militants, following a series of multiple offenses against them in recent years.
Meanwhile, the Pakistani Taliban, Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), has claimed responsibility for the incident.
Three blasts in eastern Kabul on July 25 left at least 10 dead, including five women while 41 others were wounded, Ministry of Public Health spokesman Wahidullah Mayar said.
Two Pakistani soldiers killed in roadside bomb blast in North Waziristan region while patrolling in Boya Degan.
Roadside bombing near Afghan border killed four soldiers, two separate bomb blasts in southwest killed five people belonging to Shi'ite Muslim community.
The UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) noted that civilian casualties from the war in Afghanistan fell by almost 25 percent during the first three months of 2019
Afghan-Led, Afghan-Owned' talks in Qatar with Taliban representatives, U.S. special envoy on Afghanistan, agreement reached on framework peace process.
HRW report demanded international donors impose sanctions against Afghanistan new defense minister, Asadullah Khalid as credible evidence linking him to serious rights abuses.
American drone strike in southern Afghanistan killed key Taliban military commander, serious blow to insurgent group.
Pakistani police confirmed roadside bomb in Karachi killed at least two people, wounded at least five others.
Pakistani authorities confirmed roadside bomb exploded near security convoy in town of Pashi killing three security personnel .
Afghanistan Nangarhar province experienced ar 70 terror attacks,though Suicide attacks No. 1 cause said, Aziz Ahmad Tasal director CPAG.
A suicide attack in Kabul, a roadside bomb in eastern Ghazni Province, and coordinated attacks in Nangarhar and Kunduz provinces killed at least 33 people on June 11,
Suicide bomber struck distribution centre for Afghan voters identification cards in Kabul killing 57.
Global outlook for May and Trends for the months ahead outlined by International Crisis Group
Surprising fall of key city
Local and international organizations reluctant to implement development projects fearing attacks and roadside bombs.
High level of casualties underlined
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