Death toll of Afghanistan's suicide blast soars to 53: UNAMA
The death toll of a suicide blast on the western edge of Kabul city on Friday has reached 53, said the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) on Monday.
"Further rise in casualties from Friday's classroom bombing in Hazara quarter of Kabul: 53 killed, at least 46 girls and young women, 110 injured. Our human rights team continues documenting the crime," the UN mission here tweeted.
A suicide explosion rocked an education center in a neighborhood of western Kabul on Friday morning where a large number of students were preparing for an exam.
No group or individual has claimed responsibility for the attack yet.