KABUL — Kabul students picked through the debris of shattered schools on Tuesday (July 2) looking for books, backpacks and other possessions, a day after a massive bomb ripped through the Afghan capital.
Five schools were damaged in a Taliban attack Monday (July 1) that targeted a Defence Ministry building but also shredded a mosque and a TV station.
At least six people were killed, including one child and two special-forces soldiers, the Interior Ministry said.