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ISIS claims responsibility for Afghanistan bombings in Jalalabad that targeted Taliban

ISIS-K has claimed responsibility for numerous bomings in Jalalabad that it says particularly targeted the Taliban as tensions between the 2 teams proceed to accentuate. 

The Islamic State claimed responsibility by its Amaq News Agency for six explosions brought on by improvised explosive units (IED) on Saturday and Sunday. The explosions killed or injured over 35 Taliban members. 

Taliban members and other people collect on the website of a bomb explosion which targeted a pickup truck carrying Taliban fighters in Jalalabad on September 19, 2021, a day after no less than two folks had been killed in a collection of blasts in the realm.
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Bilal Karimi, a Taliban spokesman, stated that one bombing, which targeted a Taliban car, killed a toddler, The Washington Post reported. 

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“We have started investigations into the incident to reach the culprits,” Karimi stated.

The assaults additionally knocked out a significant energy line, however authorities had energy restored later in the day. 

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Sources advised Reuters on Saturday that no less than three folks had been killed and 20 others injured in the blasts. The metropolis of Jalalabad serves because the capital of Nanjarhar province, which is an ISIS stronghold. 

The two teams have struggled to settle into the brand new political panorama of Afghanistan following the withdrawal of U.S. navy forces from the nation. ISIS-Okay, a department of ISIS working in the nation, claimed responsibility for the Aug. 26 bombing at Kabul airport that took the lives of 13 U.S. service members in addition to round 170 Afghan residents. 

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ISIS-Okay has criticized the Taliban for not being “extreme” sufficient in its actions since taking management of the nation. 

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