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Terrorists once again create panic in Kabul

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Terrorists once again create panic in Kabul
 It has been nearly four decades that a nonsense war has been imposed on Afghanistan and unfortunately, it is continuing so far.
The people of Afghanistan had expected if Pakistan is isolated, the armed insurgents would give up war and finally join peace process. 
On 30 April 2018, a suicide attacker riding a motorbike blew himself up in the Shash Darak, near the NATO headquarters and the US embassy, at about 8am on Monday, resulted in martyrdom and injuring of many security personnel and innocent civilians. 
A second bomber, holding a camera and posing as a journalist, struck 20 minutes later, killing25 people, including nine journalists who had rushed to the scene of the first attack, in the deadliest assault on reporters since the fall of the Taliban in 2001.
The attack was the latest in a relentless string of large-scale bombings and assaults in the capital and elsewhere in Afghanistan this year.
The Islamic State (IS) group claimed the bombings.
The cameramen and journalists whom have been martyred and sustained injuries were belonging to Tolo News, 1TV media, Mashal TV stations, Radio Azadi, France Press and many other foreign and local media.
The cowardly act had been strongly condemned by the government of Afghanistan, UN, France, England, Bahrain, Germany embassy, European Union and without border journalists’ entity.
In fact, if the government of Afghanistan, international community, security council, neighbouring countries, humanitarian organizations and security entities don’t try to prevent such terror attacks, there is no doubt it would negatively affect people and would create countless problems. 
Thus, all should join hands and firmly as well as honestly fight terrorists to uproot this phenomenon from around the globe.