More than a dozen people have been killed – Afghans and expatriate workers – after a suicide bombing at a restaurant in the Afghan capital, Kabul.
The Islamist militant group, Taliban immediately claimed responsibility for the blast.
The attack took place in Kabul’s Wasir Akbar Khan district, where many embassies are situated and there are numerous restaurants catering to foreigners.
It is understood that a number of armed men followed the suicide bomber into the restaurant. The nationalities of the casualties is not yet clear.
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