Protests occur in Kabul follow the announcement of most of the results of the Afghan parliamentary election.
Afghan officials announced most of the long-delayed results from a September parliamentary election on Wednesday, but more disqualifications and protests and the emergence of a potential new opposition bloc clouded the poll.
The death toll from a suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan, yesterday rises to 57, with the number of wounded reaching 119. 2018-04-22 (Context: Kabul)
A bomb explodes in a voter registration centre in Kabul killing at least 30 people and injuring approximately 50. Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant claim responsibility. 2018-04-21 (Context: Kabul)
The Taliban destroy an electricity pylon in Doshe, Baghlan, Afghanistan, overnight. The pylon carries imported power from Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, and its destruction causes widespread blackouts across several provinces and in capital Kabul. 2018-04-14 (Context: Kabul)
A suicide car bomber kills one person and injures fourteen others near the Australian embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan. 2018-03-2 (Context: Kabul)
A suicide bomber attack near a group of security personnel investigating illegal drugs and alcohol dealing in Kabul, Afghanistan, kills at least 20, wounding another 27 policemen. The Islamic State claims responsibility for the attack. 2018-01-4 (Context: Kabul)