Gunmen attack intelligence training centre in Kabul
Gunmen launched an attack on an intelligence training centre in Kabul Thursday, officials said, just a day after a suicide bomber killed dozens of students in the war-weary Afghan capital.
At least nine killed in Kabul blast
At least nine people were killed when a blast at an education centre rocked a minority Shiite area of western Kabul Wednesday, officials said, in the latest suspected attack in Afghanistan's war-weary capital.
Kabul suicide attack death toll rises to 23
The death toll from a suicide attack near Kabul international airport has risen to 23, the health ministry said Monday, with an AFP driver among the dead.
Suicide attack near Kabul airport leaves 10 dead or wounded
A suicide bomber killed or wounded at least 10 people at the entrance to Kabul international airport on Sunday, officials said, as scores gathered to welcome home Afghan Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum from exile. Senior government officials, political leaders and supporters were leaving the airport after greeting the powerful ethnic Uzbek leader and former…
At least seven dead in Kabul suicide blast near clerics' gathering
At least seven people were killed Monday when a suicide bomber detonated near a gathering of top clerics in Afghanistan's capital Kabul, shortly after the group called such attacks a sin, police said.
Taliban warn Kabul residents to 'keep away' ahead of attacks
The Taliban warned Kabul residents Monday to avoid "military centres" in the heavily fortified city, saying they are planning more attacks in the capital where civilians have long taken the brunt of the casualties.
Afghan police foil suicide attack on Kabul blood drive
A suicide bomber targeting a blood drive for victims of recent attacks blew himself up in Kabul on Monday after being spotted by police, officials said, causing no other casualties.
Outrage after bloody day for Afghanistan journalists
Condemnation poured in from across the world Tuesday after 10 journalists were among dozens killed in attacks in Afghanistan, in what the UN described as the "deliberate targeting" of the media.