A blast outside a girls' school in an area of the Afghan capital populated largely by the Shia Hazara community on Saturday killed more than 30 people and wounded scores including students, officials said.
A series of blasts outside the school - when residents were shopping ahead of the holiday - killed more than 50 people and wounded over 100.
Afghan officials including President Ashraf Ghani blamed the Taliban.
We also know that the Taliban have condemned the attack and are denying any responsibility.
Emphasizing that Taliban has not been involved in the three blasts happened in Afghan capital Kabul on Saturday, the spokesman reiterated that ISIL terrorists are responsible for today's explosions in Kabul.
"Unfortunately, the United States side has repeatedly violated the agreement so far and caused enormous human and material losses to civilians", Akhundzada said in his address on Eid al-Fitr, a Muslim holiday that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. It claimed responsibility for similar explosions in the area in October as well as August 2018, with students the main victims of both attacks.
Men dig graves for the victims of May 8's explosion during a mass funeral ceremony in Kabul, Afghanistan, on May 9, 2021.
One of the students fleeing the school recalled the attack, the girls' screams of the girls, the blood.
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Jonathan McDowell, of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, told Fox News on Friday. It was reported to have damaged several buildings, though no injuries were recorded.
Residents said the explosion was deafening.
In a statement, the Foreign Office spokesperson said the Government and the people of Pakistan offer heartfelt condolences to the Government and the people of Afghanistan and pray for quick recovery of the injured.
But the group has clashed in near-daily battles with Afghan forces in the rugged countryside even as the United States military reduces its presence.
India called for "dismantling terrorist sanctuaries" and for a ceasefire to boost peace efforts.
"If America again fails to live up to its commitments then the world must bear witness and hold America accountable for all the consequences", Mr Akhundzada warned in Sunday's message.
Foreign troop withdrawal has led to a surge in fighting between Afghan security forces and Taliban insurgents.
Officials said most of those killed were schoolgirls. Boys attend classes in the morning and girls in the afternoon. In September 2018 a wrestling club was attacked killing 24 people and in May 2020 a maternity hospital was brutally attacked killing 24 people, including pregnant women and infants.
But the group has clashed in near-daily battles in the rugged countryside with Afghan forces even as the USA military continues its withdrawal.