As law students waited outside Kabul University to take 4-year exams, a suicide bomber drove up and detonated an explosive device, killing 10 people and wounding 33
The bombing was the latest in an aggressive series of attacks by insurgents in the 10 days since American and Taliban negotiators suspended peace talks in Doha, Qatar, that were aimed at reaching a political settlement and a cease-fire in the 18-year-old war.
A Taliban spokesman, Zabiullah Mujahid, said in an interview on Friday that “the enemy’s raids on civilian Afghans and their killing of civilians are forcing us to aggressively target their strong and secured centers, which are in the cities.”
since the latest round of peace talks was suspended on July 9. Insurgents killed an American Special Forces soldier in combat on July 13, the Pentagon said.
Haroun Mir, a security analyst in Kabul, said the Taliban have sought to undercut government authority and convince their own fighters they are winning the war, all while maintaining pressure on the United States to withdraw its troops.
Bill Roggio, editor of The Long War Journal at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies, said the latest insurgent attacks are a continuation of an intensified campaign that began this spring. The Taliban, he said, have sought to overwhelm what he called “overstretched” Afghan security forces.
On July 12, a boy detonated a suicide vest at a wedding party in eastern Afghanistan, killing eight civilians — including a child — and the commander of a local pro-government militia. No group took responsibility.
The government had conducted its own raid on a Swedish Committee clinic in Wardak this month, searching for a Taliban official and prompting the militants to close all the clinics in reprisal.
Fatima Faizi and Jawad Sukhanyar contributed reporting from Kabul.Read more: The New York Times
Sad for the innocent that are killed,this is the mentallity of terrorists,they will never change their evil mentallity,they cursed n peace. Devastating. Sad. 'REVENGE IS THE PUREST EMOTION.' - MAHABHARATA So heartbreaking. Will there always be these religious zombies trying to control everyone. The students were so brave. My deep condolences to their friends and families.
Story of Afghanistan since last 1300 years Making themselves popular again! That pretty much shows the difference between religion and the modern world. Hell As we all know this has nothing to do with Islam. 😓
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