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Kabul School Blasts Kill Six as Afghanistan Violence Continues

Attacks come amid long-running conflict between Taliban and local Islamic State affiliate

Afghanistan has spiraled into near-universal poverty since the Taliban took over. Under international sanctions, the price of basic goods has surged, drought is worsening food insecurity and some have resorted to selling their organs. WSJ’s Margherita Stancati reports. Video/Photo: Paula Bronstein for WSJ

香蕉视频苹果下载A deadly bombing hit a high school in Kabul Tuesday, an attack that analysts said was likely carried out by Islamic State, showing the militant group’s continued threat despite months of operations against it by the Taliban authorities.

Explosions at the gate of the school in a Shiite neighborhood killed at least six and wounded more than 11 others, according to the Ministry of Interior. A list of wounded compiled by the school had 34 names, many aged between 16 and 18.

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