Suicide blast kills 18 and injures 145 as Taliban continue talks with U.S.
The Suicide blast kills 18 and injures 145 as the Taliban continue talks with the U.S. in Doha, Qatar. Taliban claimed responsibility for the car bomb explosion that targeted a police headquarters in district 6 of Kabul on Wednesday morning.
Moments ago a heavy explosion rocked #Kabul city days before #EidulAzha2019. This occurred while the #Taliban and the American representatives are wrapping up their meeting at #Doha to pave the way for an Intra-Afghan dialogue. #AfghanPeaceProcess #risetopeace pic.twitter.com/qzNkvzlInQ
— Ahmad Shah Mohibi (@ahmadsmohibi) August 7, 2019
At least 4 Terrorists targeted the Green Trend’s office of the running Vice President, @AmrullahSaleh2 in a heavy explosion in #KabulExplosion. Casualties reported. pic.twitter.com/sUUJEsicCO
— Ahmad Shah Mohibi (@ahmadsmohibi) July 28, 2019
Any attack by the Taliban is a barrier on the way of the peace process Presidential spokesman Sediq Sediqqi says at a press conference in #Kabul. #Afghanistan pic.twitter.com/g073rMF8HD
— TOLOnews (@TOLOnews) August 7, 2019
Ahmad Mohibi, a writer and is the founder of Rise to Peace. Follow him on Twitter at @ahmadsmohibi.
Ahmad Mohibi is the Founder of Rise to Peace