Afghanistan: Questions Raised on Recent Unclaimed Attacks

Recent attacks in Kabul and Khost provinces that have gone unclaimed have raised questions among Afghans who say it will undermine the ongoing peace efforts in the country.

The Interior Affairs Ministry has blamed Taliban for the attacks, but the group has not claimed responsibility for the incidents and has rejected involvement in some of them.

On Tuesday, Kabul, Zabul and Khost witnessed deadly attacks for which no group claimed responsibility. At least five civilians were killed in Khost, eight in Zabul and five in Kabul, according to local officials.

Taliban committed in their deal with the United States to avoid attacks on big cities. The Khost attack, carried out by seven attackers with three explosive-laden vehicles targeting a police special unit, was similar to those carried out by the Taliban as analysts put it, but the group did not claim responsibility for the attack.

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Source: TOLO News

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