Published On: Mon, Apr 23rd, 2018

Antonio Guterres Condemns Latest Afghan Vote Center Attack

Antonio Guterres, the United Nation Secretary-General condemned the attack occurred on a voter registration center in Afghanistan, left 57 people dead and dozens of thousands injured.


On other side, middle east’s one of the most dangerous Islamist organization has claimed responsibility for this suicide bombing took place on Sunday, explaining that they did this to target Shiite “apostates.”

The UN chief quoted in his statement issued by spokesman Stephane Dujarric in New York that the latest incident is sorrowful while those are behind the scene, must be brought to justice. Guterres also assured victims’ families with expressions of sympathy and expressed unity with Afghan government.

However, the death toll from a suicide bombing in Kabul carried out by Islamic State group, has exceeded to 57 and the number of wounded has reached 119, Afghan officials told media.

Although a suicide bomber stormed a voter registration center in the capital with heavy explosives on Sunday, the death toll has been confirmed by Wahid Majro, spokesperson for Public Health Ministry. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria has claimed to target Shiite “apostates.”

However, world’s two most dangerous Islamist organizations as well-established Taliban and Islamic State have grown their assaults across Afghanistan is this year. On other hand.

NATO and United States have officially ended their battle mission against the terrorism in Afghanistan at the end of 2014 by shifting to pay attention on counterterrorism support and training.

The Aamaq news agency published report about the Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for a suicide bombing on Sunday in Kabul that shot dead over 30 people and injured dozens.

While some Afghan officials told media that a suicide bomber turned a voter registration center in Afghan capital when a huge crowd of people was there to cast their votes.

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