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11 March 2018, 01:33 | Kara Nash
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A resurgent Taliban has been blamed for much of the increased violence in Afghanistan since United States and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces concluded combat missions in 2014.
According to Basir Mujahid, spokesperson for the Kabul police chief, the bomber was on foot and was trying to strike a gathering of Hazaras who were commemorating the 1995 death of their leader, Abdul Ali Mazari, killed at the hands of the Taliban.
She also said Washington had not seen "decisive and sustained changes from Pakistan", which Afghan and US officials have accused of supporting the Taliban.
There was no immediate claim of responsibility, but Kabul has seen a spate of deadly attacks carried out by both the Taliban and Daesh (ISIL, also known as ISIS) terrorist group in recent months.
The Afghan President Ashraf Ghani recently laid out some important principles about the implementation of the peace process at a conference in Kabul.
A soldier stands guard near the site of a suicide attack in Kabul.
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