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Kabul wedding blast: Islamic State claims responsibility for suicide attack that killed 63

DNA Monday, 19 August 2019
Islamic State fighters, who first appeared in Afghanistan in 2014 and have since made inroads in the east and north, are not involved in any diplomatic talks. They are battling the government and US-led international forces and the Taliban.
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News video: Kabul bomb-blast rips through wedding venue leaving devastation in its wake

Kabul bomb-blast rips through wedding venue leaving devastation in its wake 02:05

A suicide bomber ripped through a wedding venue in Kabul on Saturday August 17. This is the deadliest attack in the Afghanistan capital this year killing 63 and injuring more than 180 individuals.

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