Collection of bombings in Afghanistan spotlight safety challenges since Taliban seized energy in August.
The Afghan Taliban says it has arrested the so-called “mastermind” of a bomb assault on a mosque.
Police say he’s a serious ISIL (ISIS) operative, suspected of serving to to kill at the least 12 folks within the northern metropolis of Mazar-i-Sharif on Thursday.
Many of the victims had been from the Shia Muslim Hazara group.
ISIL claimed one other bomb blast on the identical day which killed 4 folks in Kunduz.
On Tuesday, schoolchildren had been focused in a primarily Hazara space of Kabul.
A United Nations report final month discovered that ISIL was behind greater than 80 % of assaults for the reason that Taliban takeover final 12 months.
So can the Taliban authorities leaders include the risk?
Presenter: Mohammed Jamjoom
Faiz Zaland – Government director of the Democracy, Peace & Growth think-tank
Rabia Akhtar – Director of the Centre for Safety, Technique and Coverage Analysis, College of Lahore
Neil Turner – Nation director in Afghanistan, Norwegian Refugee Council