Afghan officials say a suicide blast has killed at least 31 people and wounded more than 65 others in Kabul.Officials and witnesses say the bomber targeted a crowd during celebrations to mark the Persian new year, Nowruz, Wednesday near a Shi'ite Muslim neighborhood.Islamic State claimed responsibility, according to the SITE Intelligence Group that monitors global jihadist threats. The terrorist group identified the bomber as a Pakistani man, saying he detonated his suicide vest amidst the gathering in the Kart-e-Sakhi area.An Afghan Interior Ministry spokesman, Nasrat Rahimi, told VOA those killed and wounded were all civilians.Police and rescue workers say the death toll could rise.President Ashraf Ghani condemned the terrorist attack as "a crime against humanity," saying such acts will not deter Afghans from celebrating their national and religious events and undertaking developmental activities.General John Nicholson, who commands U.S. and NATO's Resolute Support mission in the country, denounced the attack.…………….Please Log in or Subscribe to view full details…..
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