A blast hit the Afghan capital on Friday, leaving nine people dead and 18 injured, local media reported. According to the Khaama Press News Agency, a suicide attacker conducted the explosion near a place where a ceremony to mark anniversary of the death of Afghan politician Abdul Ali Mazari was taking place.
The incident reportedly took place in the 6th police district of Kabul.
#Breaking #Update— اطلاعات روز — Etilaatroz (@dailyetilaatroz) 9 марта 2018 г.
Initial reports suggest that at least 10 people injured by explosion (reportedly by a sticky bomb) occurred 100 meters away from a gathering organized to mark Abdul Ali Mazari's martyrdom anniversary. #Kabul #Afghanistan
The crisis in the country has prompted the emergence of local cells of other extremist organizations such as Daesh*, which is outlawed in Russia and numerous other countries.
The lack of control and instability have made the country home to the largest opium poppy production and distribution network in the world.
The Taliban, al-Qaeda, Daesh are terrorist groups outlawed in Russia.