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>> An attack on voting in Afghanistan. A suicide bomber blew himself up outside of a voter registration center in Kabul on Sunday. Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack, which has killed scores of people and wounded many others.
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ccording to officials, most them were waiting in line to receive identity cards.
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>> After I heard a bang I rushed to the sight of the blast, and when I arrived at the scene we helped many wounded people to carry them to the hospital. All the victims were women and children who were here to get their identity cards.>> It's the most serious attack in Kabul since about 100 people were killed in January.
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Security remains a major problem ahead of upcoming elections. A legislative vote is planned later this year, followed by a Presidential poll in 2019. Afghanistan's President Ghani has been under heavy pressure from his international partners to ensure the elections are held this year. But there is widespread skepticism that they will take place.