Kabul shrine attack kills 14 during the preparation of Ashura

| Update 2016-10-13 10:12:46
Kabul shrine attack kills 14 during the preparation of Ashura

At least 14 people have prepared for a religious day were killed in an attack on a shrine in the Afghan capital, Kabul as the Shiite Muslim mourning.

A crowd Ashura, Husain, Karte to commemorate the martyrdom of the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad witness had gathered at the shrine.

No group has claimed responsibility for the attack.

Meanwhile, to drive Taliban fighters from hundreds of Helmand province's capital, Lashkar Gah, the Afghan army has been deployed in the south.

Militant Lashkar Gah, has been pushed back to the outskirts of the strategic importance of the city, local officials told the BBC.

Lashkar Gah report try to lock with only a few open shops and many families fled the fighting.

Universities around the school and Helmand have been closed for ever.

In new attacks, is still the most solid push the Taliban.

Took place in one of the largest Sikh temple attack in Kabul city.

One police officer dead, said a spokesman for the interior ministry.

Sediq Sediqqi respond to the scene found that the special forces of the police, and only killed one gunman. Initial reports said three attackers were involved.

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