(AP) Afghan president Ashraf Ghani called the attack a "crime against humanity."
KABUL, Afghanistan (Reuters) A suicide bomber killed more than 30 people and wounded dozens on Monday in an explosion at a crowded Shiite mosque in the Afghan capital, officials said. It was the third major attack on minority Shiites in the city since July.
KABUL, Afghanistan (RNS) When the Taliban seized control in 1996, most forms of music were banned, but now a number of young Afghans influenced by Western culture are using music to express themselves -- including at the city's first school of rock. By Ruth Owen/USA Today.