World More than 20 dead in bomb attacks in Kabul and the province of Ghasni
Iran slams new allegations against arrested diplomat in Belgium
Iran says new ‘fabrications’ are politically motivated against the Islamic republic.Last week, Reuters news agency published a report claiming that Vienna-based Assadolah Assadi, who was charged in October 2018 with planning to bomb a meeting of an Iranian opposition group in France, warned of potential retaliation if the trial does not go his way.
Notwithstanding all peace talks, Afghan extremists are trying to secure their power with bloody violence. Young people willing to train and bus passengers are among the victims this time.
Many schoolchildren were killed in a suicide attack in the Afghan capital Kabul. At least 13 people died and around 30 were injured, said a spokesman for the Interior Ministry. The assassin, who wanted to gain access to a training center in the western district of Dascht-e Bartschi, was discovered by security forces. The man then blew himself up in an alley, killing many young people with him. The IS terrorist militia has since assumed responsibility for the bomb attack.
Seyoun Palace, Yemen's historical treasure in peril
© - Seyoun Palace in Hadramaut province in Yemen, October 15, 2020 Bright white, Seyoun Palace dominates its structure This imposing city in south-eastern Yemen is in danger of collapsing after years of neglect and torrential rains that have hit the country at war. Massive on the outside with its four corner towers and sober on the inside, the clay palace illustrates Yemen's descent into hell since the launch of the Houthi rebellion in 2014.
Khalilzad sees peace process in danger
Another bomb attack in Ghazni province killed nine civilians. A spokesman for the regional police department explicitly blamed the Taliban for the attack. According to this, a street bomb exploded just as an omnibus passed.
Despite the peace talks that the Islamists and the Afghan government are currently holding in Kabul, violence in Afghanistan has recently increased considerably. The Taliban are using attacks as leverage in the negotiations. The US special envoy for Afghanistan, Zalmay Khalilzad, only warned this week that the violence would jeopardize the
Deadly car bomb attack outside Afghanistan police headquarters
More than 100 people wounded in a powerful car bomb in Ghor province, interior ministry said.The attack took place in Feroz Koh, the capital of Ghor, a province that has not seen much violence compared with some other regions of the conflict-wracked country.
Video: Dead in protests in Nigeria (Euronews)Your browser does not support this video In the Dascht-e district of Kabul Bartschi, the majority of whom are Shiites, has been attacked by the "Islamic State" on several occasions. The Sunni extremists are fighting Shiites as apostates. In March, IS carried out two attacks in the west of the capital, leaving numerous dead, targeting not only Shiites but also followers of the Sikh religion. In an attack on a maternity ward in May, strangers killed many mothers with their newborn children. The US also blamed ISIS for this.
Amnesty: "Civilians are slaughtered every day"On Friday, Amnesty International reported that at least 50 people had been killed in attacks in Afghanistan in the past week alone. The human rights organization accused the conflicting parties of failing to adequately protect the civilian population. "The world must stand up and take note: Afghan civilians are slaughtered every day," said Omar Waraich, the human rights organization's South Asia coordinator. He called on the international community to make the protection of civilians "a key requirement for their support for the peace process".
As violence flares in south Afghanistan, key questions answered
Days of fighting in Helmand prompt mass displacement and raise doubts about prospects for peace despite ongoing talks.A major Taliban assault last week on Lashkar Gah, capital of the southern Helmand province, sparked days of intense fighting and prompted the United States to launch air attacks in support of its allied government forces.
This week there was also criticism of the Afghan authorities after 11 children were killed in an army air strike in the northeastern province of Tachar on Wednesday had been. The government in Kabul rejected the criticism, stating that all those killed were Taliban fighters. sti / uh (afp, dpa)
More Terror Attacks Inevitable in France as 'War on Islamists' Continues .
It was 1971 when France last went a calendar year without a terror attack.France is open in its war against radical Islamist ideology. "We are in a war against an enemy that is both inside and outside," French interior minister Gerald Darmanin told RTL radio, admitting that more terror attacks in France are inevitable. "We need to understand that there have been and there will be other events such as these terrible attacks," he said.