Teen bomber kills at least five at eastern Afghanistan wedding

Teen bomber kills at least five at eastern Afghanistan wedding

Attaullah Khogyani, a spokesman for the governor of Nangarhar Province, said on July 12 that the bomber, a young boy, set off his explosives inside the house of militia commander Malek Tor, who was killed in the attack in Pacheragam district.

No group has claimed responsibility for the wedding-party attack, although both the Taliban and IS militants are active in Nangarhar Province. Malik Noor, the pro-government militia commander targeted in the attack, and two of his sons were among the dead.

A Taliban spokesperson denied the insurgent group's involvement.

The 2 aspects agreed on a "roadmap to peace" seen as having laid the bottom for formal talks in the raze.

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The Taliban is negotiating with the United States in a bid to try to end the 18-year war. They hope to set an settlement that might well look USA troops pull out in return for a commitment that Afghanistan would now not be feeble as a spoiled for terrorism.

Last month, a suicide bomber blew himself up near a police vehicle in Nangarhar's capital, Jalalabad, killing at least three officers and six civilians and wounding another 13 people.

In Indonesia final year, two ladies former 9 and 12 had been amongst these feeble to attack a church in Surabaya.

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