Kabul police says the foreigner shot by 2 gunmen in diplomatic area of #Kabul, died in emergency Hospital.
Update: 2 gunmen shot&critically wounded a foreigner (perhaps a Swedish) travelling in a car in Wazir Akbar Khan area of #Kabul, police spox
Gunman shot and wounded a foreigner travelling in car in diplomatic district of (WAK) of #Kabul. Kabul police says he was from Sweden
KABUL (Reuters) – The Afghan Taliban said on Monday next month’s presidential election was being manipulated by the United States, which had already chosen the winner, and threatened to use “full force” in attacking anyone taking part.
Two campaign workers have already been killed and at least one presidential candidate has been assaulted during campaigning for the April 5 poll, the first democratic transition of power in the country’s history.
KABUL (Reuters) – The powerful Afghan vice president died of natural causes on Sunday, a government spokesman said, only weeks before Afghanistan goes to the polls to elect a new president.
Marshal Mohammad Qasim Fahim, vice president since 2009, had been a top commander in the Northern Alliance, a group of anti-Taliban militia leaders, during the civil war.