Transcript for Several casualties after suicide bombing at wedding in Kabul, Afghanistan
Overseas, an explosion ripped through a wedding in kabul, Afghanistan. Killing 63 and injuring others. Breaking this morning, ISIS is now claiming this morning. ABC's Julia Macfarlane is in London with details on that deadly bombing. Good morning. Reporter: Good morning, Eva. Tragedy once again in the Afghan capital of kabul, invitations for this wedding ceremony said we celebrate with a world of hope and desire, a sentiment crushed last night as a suicide bomber killed at least 63 people at this reception. More than 180 people were injured. With so many casualties flooding the hospital, patients were treated in the hallways. Witnessing telling ABC news, the event was attended by families and children. The Taliban condemned this attack. This morning as you say, an ISIS affiliate in Afghanistan say they were behind this attack. Julia, this comes at the same time as the U.S. Is holding peace talks with the Taliban, where do things stand with that? Reporter: That's right, the U.S. And the Taliban, they have just concluded the eighth round of peace talks to end the Afghan war, now in its 18th year. The president held a meeting at his golf club in bedminster. He said that both sides want a deal to end the war. Whit A transition here to the forecast. Rob is here and much of the
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