Kabul classroom bombing death toll rises to 35 as women protest 'genocide'
Kabul classroom bombing death toll at least 35: United Nations
On Friday, a suicide bomber blew himself up at a study hall in the Afghan capital's western district of Dasht-e-Barchi as hundreds of pupils were taking tests in preparation for university entrance exams.
Death Count In Kabul Classroom Bombing Rises To 35
The death countof a suicide bombing on a Kabul classroom has risen to 35, the UN said Saturday, as Shiite Hazara women who bore the brunt of the attack staged a defiant protest against the "genocide" of their minority community.
UN raises Kabul classroom bombing death toll to 35 as women protest 'genocide'
KABUL: The death toll of a suicide bombing on a Kabul classroom has risen to 35, the UN said on Saturday (Oct 1), as Shiite Hazara women who bore the brunt of the attack staged a defiant protest against the "genocide" of their minority community.
Hazara women protest against 'genocide' after Kabul suicide bombing toll rises to 35
Following a suicide bombing that left several dead, largely young Hazara women, in Kabul on Friday, dozens of women from the minority ethnic group protested in the Afghan capital on Saturday. In the Dasht-e-Barchi neighbourhood of Kabul, a bomber detonated himself on Friday during a test-taking session for students preparing for university entrance examinations. Meanwhile, the United Nations increased the death toll to 35 on Saturday.
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