9 journalists killed in Kabul blast
One of the attackers pretended to be a journalist, a police spokesperson said.
The Afghan government said Monday's first explosion in Kabul came from an attacker who was on a motorcycle.
We have breaking news from Afghanistan's capital now more than twenty people are dead after a double suicide bombing the coordinated attack was carried out and central Kabul. Near the intelligence service headquarters the police chief says the second bombing was meant to catch those rushing to the
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ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attack on a voter registration center.
Police are responding to an active shooter at the YouTube headquarters in California's Bay Area, authorities say, cautioning people to stay away.
The technology has been used at the Super Bowl and when the pope visited New York City, but never by transit systems.
ABC News' Aaron Katersky explains the systems that could become widely used to thwart would-be suicide bombers.
11 soldiers were killed and 14 wounded when gunmen attacked an army outpost near a military academy outside of Kabul on Monday, according to an Afghan Defense Ministry spokesman.
And we begin with that breaking news from Afghanistan, a devastating terror attack in the capital. An ambulance made to help the sick and the injured turned into a killing machine. People running in panic when the suicide car bomb went off in an area crowded with offices and shops. The blast