Twin bombing in Kabul kills and injures more than 100
Yesterday, January 10th 2016, a suicide bomber and a car bomb were detonated in Kabul near government offices. The blasts killed 38 and people and wounded 72.
Twin bombings in Kabul kill and injure over 100
Two suicide bombers detonated their explosives yesterday, September 5th 2016, in the Afghan capital, Kabul, killing 35 and injuring over 100 others.
Explosive attack at Pakistan court kills and injures over 60
Last Friday, September 2nd 2016, a suicide bomber used a gun, grenade and explosive vest to kill 12 and injure over 50 in an attack at the district court in Mardan, in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province.
A bomb detonated outside a hospital in Pakistan kills and injures almost 200.
Yesterday, August 8th 2016, a suicide bomber in Pakistan claimed the lives of at least 70 and left 120 wounded as they detonated their explosives outside a hospital.
Taliban bus bombings in Afghanistan leave over 80 dead and injured.
June 30th 2016 two suicide car bombers attacked an Afghan police convoy killing and injuring over 80.
Suicide attack in Kabul: the start of the Taliban’s ‘spring offensive’
March 19th, saw the largest attack by the Taliban of this year, with the fighting expected to escalate over the first of the ‘fighting season’.
Twin bus bombings in eastern Afghanistan
On 11th April 2016 two bus bombs took place in eastern Afghanistan. Overall, 14 were killed and at least 45 were wounded in the two attacks.
Easter Sunday suicide bomber in Pakistan kills 70
This Easter Sunday marked another attack in Pakistan that targeted civilians - killing 70 and injuring 340. This attack takes the total incidents in Pakistan in 2016 to 40, with 631 killed or injured.
Killing of provincial minister highlights bombing threat to Pakistan.
AOAV responds to the assassination of a Pakistani provincial minister, killed by a double suicide bomb attack over the weekend.
Yet more IED attacks in Afghanistan – July 2015
AOAV condemns the civilian harm caused by IED attacks in Afghanistan this week.
Tracking IED Harm: IED attacks in Afghanistan
Tracking IED Harm Part 2.
AOAV condemns suicide bombing in Khost, Afghanistan
AOAV condemns suicide bombing in Khost, Afghanistan, highlighting the need to address IED harm globally.
Ashraf Ghani is no Karzai, but he’s still an Afghan- Al Jazeera In depth
AOAV's investigation into why civilian casualties from NATO's air strikes in Afghanistan have fallen since 2008 features in Al Jazeera
Civilian casualty levels in Afghanistan at their worst for five years
The UN in Afghanistan's report for 2014 shows civilian casualty levels at their highest since 2009. A rise in the use of explosive weapons in populated areas is blamed for this spike.
Addressing the pain of Peshawar must include supporting the victims of terror
The response to the atrocities in Peshawar needs to include victim support