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>> The reminisce of a blast in Kabul that left at least 11 dead and 25 wounded. Security forces inspecting the spot where a suicide bomber detonated his fest in the Afghan capital on Thursday. He'd walked up closely to a group of police working there, dressed according witnesses in police or army uniform.
It's the latest in a series of attacks over the past two years to be claimed by Islamic State. Last year, the United States announced a step-up military strategy against Taliban insurgence here. And while Afghan forces backed by US strikes, half claims some success high profile attacks on civilians in Kabul have continued.
Thursday's blast comes days after another suicide attacks claimed some 41 lives at a Shiite cultural center in the city.