Afghanistan fears 57 deaths: President Obama will not prevent people from voting.

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 Afghanistan fears 57 deaths: President Obama will not prevent people from voting.


(World Wide Web) reported suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan, on April 22nd local time. Up to now, the death toll has risen to 57, and another 119 people have been injured, including women and children. Subsequently, the extremist group Islamic state issued a statement in its mouthpiece, Aamaq, responsible for the attack. The Associated Press reported that the Islamic state launched this terrorist attack in order to oppose democratic elections, while Afghanistan will hold parliamentary elections in October this year. Agence France-Presse reported that the terrorist attacks triggered concerns about the safety of the Afghan people before the election. Local residents criticized the Afghan government for failing to protect their loved ones. Our patience is depleted, and the government should be responsible for the innocent people who lose their lives every day, a person named hou se Yin told reporters. No one will vote again. This meaningless violence shows the cowardice and inhumanity of the enemy of Afghanistans democracy and peace, the American ambassador to Afghanistan, John Bass, wrote on tweet. NATO and the United Nations also condemned the bombing. The report also said that an explosion occurred in the northern province of Baghlan on the same day, killing 6 people, including 3 women and 3 children. In this regard, the Afghan Presidents office issued a statement condemning the two terrorist attacks, and quoted President Ashraf Gianni as saying: this terrorist attack will not prevent people from participating in the upcoming parliamentary elections. Source: World Wide Web Editor: Zhu Mengying, editor in chief: Fan Jiang, _NN9138 The report also said that an explosion occurred in the northern province of Baghlan on the same day, killing 6 people, including 3 women and 3 children. In this regard, the Afghan Presidents office issued a statement condemning the two terrorist attacks, and quoted President Ashraf Gianni as saying: this terrorist attack will not prevent people from participating in the upcoming parliamentary elections.