Attack At Kabul Voter Registration Center Kills At Least 57 People

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Qatar also sent its condolences to the families of the victims, the government and the people of Afghanistan, the statement added. "Our resolve for fair and transparent election will continue and terrorists won't win against the will of the Afghan people", Abdullah said. There has been increasing frustration at what many Kabul residents see as the government's shortcomings in securing the capital.

"Our patience is running out".

"They (the government) arrests them and then releases them to kill innocent people", Ahmad Ahmadi wrote on Facebook. "Nobody will go to vote anymore". Its spokesman was not immediately available to comment on the new toll.

India has joined United Nations in condemning Sunday's terror attacks in Afghanistan calling them "cowardly" and "barbaric" leading to the deaths of almost 70 civilians. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation said the child had been taken to the hospital and was in stable condition. North Atlantic Treaty Organisation and the United Nations also condemned the bombing.

A wounded man in a hospital bed wept as he told Ariana TV that he did not know where his daughters are. "God damn the attackers".

That's right Semin... officials in Kabul say the bomber blew himself up next to a queue outside the voter center on Sunday.

Two hours after the tragedy in Kabul in Baghlan as the explosion occurred, which killed at least six people and wounding five others.

Residents inspect the site of a suicide bombing outside the voter registration centre.

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President Ashraf Ghani condemned both attacks as "heinous".

The Secretary-General strongly condemns today's attack on a voter registration centre in Kabul which claimed the lives of many civilians.

Afghan police and troops have been tasked with protecting polling centres, even as they struggle to get the upper hand against insurgents on the battlefield. The voter registration process started on April 14.

The militants have been killed during the operations conducted by the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces in three different districts of Nangarhar, namely, Haska Mina, Rodat, and Bati Kot districts, Khaama Press, quoted the Afghan Military, as saying, reports ANI.

Officials have been pushing people to register amid fears a low turnout will undermine the credibility of the polls.

Photos of the attack show a scene of chaos and terror in the country's capital - people strewn on the ground, personal documents abandoned, streets stained crimson with blood, vehicles damaged by the blast.

No one has claimed responsibility for the attacks so far.

Afghan security forces have struggled to prevent attacks by the Islamic State affiliate as well as the more firmly established Taliban since the USA and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation concluded their combat mission at the end of 2014.