Afghanistan: IS claims responsibility for attack on Pakistan Embassy
05 December 2022 | 5:41 am
The Daesh (ISIL or ISIS) terrorist group claimed responsibility for an attack on Pakistan's embassy in the Afghan capital Kabul on Friday, a statement carried by one of the group's affiliated channels on Telegram said on Sunday.
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