Cerca de 50 muertos por ataques

Afghan security personnel and volunteers move the bodies of victims from the scene of a suicide attack in Lashkar Gah, Helmand Province, on January 10, 2017.  Twin Taliban blasts struck near the Afghan parliament in Kabul Tuesday, killing at least 30 people and wounding 80 in a rush-hour attack that shattered a relative lull in violence in the capital. The bombings came just hours after a Taliban suicide bomber killed seven people in Lashkar Gah, the capital of the volatile southern province of Helmand, as the militants ramp up attacks. 
 / AFP / NOOR MOHAMMAD
Afghan security personnel and volunteers move the bodies of victims from the scene of a suicide attack in Lashkar Gah, Helmand Province, on January 10, 2017. Twin Taliban blasts struck near the Afghan parliament in Kabul Tuesday, killing at least 30 people and wounding 80 in a rush-hour attack that shattered a relative lull in violence in the capital. The bombings came just hours after a Taliban suicide bomber killed seven people in Lashkar Gah, the capital of the volatile southern province of Helmand, as the militants ramp up attacks. / AFP / NOOR MOHAMMAD





Cerca de 50 muertos y un centenar de heridos fue el saldo de una serie de atentados ayer en tres diferentes ciudades afganas, entre ellas la capital Kabul, escenario de un ataque contra un anexo del Parlamento, reivindicado por los talibanes.

El ataque se produjo contra el complejo de oficinas del gobernador de Kandahar, Homayoon Azizi, que también resultó herido en el suceso, informó su portavoz, Samim Khpalwak.

El gobernador de la ciudad de Kabul y el embajador de Emiratos Árabes Unidos están entre las personas heridas, pero no presentan peligro inminente, ya que sus heridas no son graves.

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