Daesh in Afghanistan

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Daesh claimed responsibility for at least 80 people being killed and more than 200 being injured by a suicide bomber during a protest in Kabul, Afghanistan, on July 23.

In that attack, at least one bomb was detonated among a gathering of Hazara, a minority group in Afghanistan that follows Shia Islam. According to an Afghani spokesperson, the bomb of a second suicide bomber failed to detonate, while a third suicide bomber was killed by security forces before he could activate his bomb.

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Daesh claimed responsibility for at least 80 people being killed and more than 200 being injured by a suicide bomber during a protest in Kabul, Afghanistan, on July 23.

In that attack, at least one bomb was detonated among a gathering of Hazara, a minority group in Afghanistan that follows Shia Islam. According to an Afghani spokesperson, the bomb of a second suicide bomber failed to detonate, while a third suicide bomber was killed by security forces before he could activate his bomb.