Anger growing in Kabul after ambulance bomb kills over 100
Kabul: Anger was growing in Kabul on Sunday, a day after a huge bomb hidden in an ambulance killed nearly 100 people and wounded scores more, highlighting the ability of insurgents to strike at the heart of Afghanistan.
At least 95 people were killed and 191 wounded in the lunchtime attack claimed by the Taliban, which caused panic in the war-torn capital and overwhelmed
US President Donald Trump called for "decisive action" against the Taliban over the assault -- the second it has carried out in the war-torn city in a week -- as other international leaders also condemned the attack.
Ordinary Afghans took to social media to express their anguish and sorrow at rapidly worsening security, as the Taliban and Islamic State group step up attacks on Kabul, turning it into one of the deadliest places in Afghanistan for civilians.
"We are so heartbroken in Kabul that we don't know how to start our new day," Freshta Karim wrote on Twitter.