quinta-feira, 21 de abril de 2016

Afghanistan: Government classifies the Taliban attacks of "crimes against humanity"

Up to 64 the number of deaths caused by the bombing Tuesday in Kabul, in Afghanistan.

According to the last balance sheet of the authorities, 347 people were injured, mostly civilians.

The Afghan Intelligence Agency, target of the attack, blamed the jihadist group Red Haqqani, bound by the Taliban.

To the Minister of the Interior, these attacks are a war crime. "These brutal acts of the Taliban are crimes against humanity, war crimes. The massacre of civilians and the suicide attacks in residential areas, are clear signs of war crimes ", Sediq Sediqqi stresses.

The attack was the worst incident of its kind in the Afghan capital, from 2011, and occurred just days after the Taliban announced the beginning of its annual spring offensive.

Mourners offer funeral prayers for a victim in #Kabul. after Taliban truck bomb attack killed 64 & wounded 347.#AFP pic.twitter.com/83j6DFN3HY

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