Islamic State (IS, previously ISIS) has claimed accountability for an assault on Afghanistan’s capital that left eight useless and a number of other dozen injured, practically three weeks after it carried out a rampage at Kabul College.

Afghanistan’s Inside Ministry stated {that a} whole of 23 rockets hit targets throughout Kabul.

At the very least one rocket landed in an workplace contained in the capital’s diplomatic quarter, however it didn’t explode, based on studies. 

In whole, eight individuals had been killed and 31 others had been injured. 

The Taliban denied any hyperlinks to the assault. Hours later, Islamic State issued a press release taking accountability for the barrage.

Additionally on
NATO’s Stoltenberg claims US withdrawal from Afghanistan will flip it into terrorist hotbed, warns of ‘assaults on our homelands’

The assault got here simply hours earlier than US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was set to satisfy with Afghan and Taliban negotiators in Qatar, within the hopes of restarting stalled peace talks. 

The rocket barrage is simply the newest in a sequence of lethal strikes carried out by Islamic State within the nation. At the beginning of November, IS killed 22 individuals after gunmen stormed Kabul College.

Suppose your folks would have an interest? Share this story!