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Three Civilians were Killed and 15 were Injured in a Suicide Bombing in Kabul

Three civilians were killed and 15 were injured after a suicide bomber blew up explosives in Afghanistan's capital Kabul today, the Interior Ministry said.

So far, no group has claimed responsibility for the attack, which took place in the southwestern part of the city in the first week of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

At least 10 Killed and 27 Injured in Jalalabad Explosion

At least 10 were killed and 27 injured in Jalalabad, eastern Afghanistan, after a bomb hit a bus which belonged to an Afghan National Army recruitment center.

The bomb had been put on a motorcycle and detonated when the bus passed by the motorbike, Nangarhar Governor Ataula Hoghani said. There is one child among the dead.

Bomb Attempt in Kabul Kills at least 63, Injures over 180. There Are Women and Children among the Victims

A bloody bomb attempt killed dozens of people attending a wedding in Kabul. The bomb was detonated in the hall of the party. 63 people were killed and over 180 were injured. This is one of the bloodiest attacks in Afghanistan

Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack. The explosive device was attached to the body of a suicide bomber.

Suicide Bombings Took 16 Lives in Afghanistan

At least 16 people have died in an attack on a construction company in the Afghan city of Jalalabad. Nine were injured, BNT reported.

The attack has begun with suicide blasts committed by two terrorists at the entrance of the company building. Then three armed men rushed inside and were killed by the security forces.

Suicide Bomber Kills 13 in Election Rally in Afghanistan

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — An Afghan official says a suicide bomber has struck an election rally in the country's eastern Nangarhar province, killing at least 13 people and wounding more than 30.

Attahullah Khogyani, spokesman for the provincial governor, says some of the wounded are in critical condition, which increases concerns that the death toll could rise further.

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