Day 4 featured Admiral Sir Antony Radakin’s statement, highlighting the role of military doctrine, the connection between military and political actions, and the mission of UK troops in Afghanistan, while the absence of key evidence, use of military terminology, and focus on 2010-2013 Afghanistan operations raised concerns.
20 people were killed and 40 injured in an ISIS-K suicide attack in Kabul, on 11 January 2023.
19 people were killed and 27 injured on the morning of 29 September, when a suicide attacker blew themselves up outside the Kaaj educational centre.
Seven people were killed and 41 injured, including children, when a car packed with explosives blew up outside a mosque in Kabul’s Wazir Akbar Khan area. The explosion took place after Friday prayers ended, as worshippers were leaving. While the mosque is often attended by Taliban commanders and fighters, the Taliban’s spokesperson stated that all […]
A weekend of violence has seen at least 24 people killed and 33 injured across two separate incidents in Afghanistan.
During evening prayers on Wed 17 August, a suicide bomber attacked Abu Bakr al Sadiq mosque, killing 21 and injuring 33 people.
Four bombs exploded in Afghanistan on Wednesday 25 May, leaving 16 people dead and over 33 injured. Three of the attacks have been claimed by ISIS. This is the latest in a string of explosive violence incidents in Afghanistan since April, many of which have been claimed by ISIS.