A reporter and a cameraman working for Tolo TV are among those killed in two separate bombings at a wrestling training center in a Shiite neighborhood of Kabul.
Authorities say investigators see similarities between the latest bomb to detonate in Texas' capital city and three bombs that went off earlier this month.
The naturalized American, called a terrorist in court, was wounded and captured in a 2016 shootout that ended a two-day manhunt. Earlier, he had detonated explosives in New Jersey and Manhattan.
158 are wounded in the second attack claimed by the Taliban in a week on high-security targets in the Afghan city.
What's wrong with a $60,000 wand that can detect explosives and truffles from up to a kilometer away? Nothing, if it works The US military, technicians, journalists and people with eyes have been trying to get Iraqi officials to see reason, but that doesn't bother one Gen Jabiri, who says (Continued).
After Wednesday's multiple bombings in Iraq, which left about 100 dead and more than 500 wounded, Army Lt. Gen. Frank Helmick, the U.S. commander in charge of training Iraqi troops before the Americans' departure, said there's "much work to be done" during and after the hand-over.
Thursday saw the deadliest day since the withdrawal of most US soldiers from Iraq's urban areas, with 54 people being killed in attacks across the country Some believe the increase in bombings is an attempt to delegitimize the post-U Iraqi security forces Others believe it to be just the continuation of six years of bloodshed.