Deadly blast rocks Kabul, Taliban claims responsibility
At least 95 people have been killed and 158 were wounded in a powerful suicide blast in the Afghan capital, Kabul. The Taliban claimed responsibility for Saturday's assault, the third major attacks in the past seven days. Attackers blew up an explosives-packed ambulance near an interior ministry building on a busy and heavily-guarded street in Kabul's centre at lunch time. The Jamhuriat hospital, government offices, businesses and a school are close to the site of the blast.