Afghan army cadets killed in Taliban attack

At least 30 killed in suicide bombing at Kabul mosque

A suicide attack killed 15 military academy members west of Afghanistan's capital Kabul Saturday, a Defense Ministry official said.

"Unfortunately this evening a suicide bomber detonated himself among the worshippers inside a mosque in Dasht-e-Barchi neighbourhood of Kabul city", Kabul police spokesman Abdul Basir Mujahid told AFP.

Pakistan has strongly condemned the suicide blasts in mosques' of Kabul while saying that it stands with his afghan brothers in this hour of grief and sorrow.

No group immediately claimed responsibility for the attack.

In the deadliest of the recent attacks, around 50 Afghan soldiers were killed in an assault on a military base in the southern province of Kandahar on Thursday.

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The head of the area's Isteqlal Hospital, Mohammad Sabir Nassib, said it received the bodies of two people killed in the attack as well as two wounded.

Habib Wardak, a security analyst, SAID that both the Taliban and ISIL "are trying to portray that they have the ability to inflict damage not just to the Afghan security forces and the Aghan government, but also to its worldwide counterparts wherever and whenever they want to".

A senior local police commander who is believed to have been the target of the attack in Dolaina district was among the dead, district governor Mohsen Danishyar told AFP, although there was no immediate claim of responsibility.

Latest suicide bombing kills 15 army trainees in Kabul, the seventh major assault in the war-torn country since Tuesday.

On the same day Taliban militants besieged a police headquarters in the southeastern province of Ghazni, attacking it for the second time this week.

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