Fears of more attacks in Afghanistan

As the victims of the latest attacks are mourned in Afghanistan, worries grow about more attacks to come.

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    Another alarm is being sounded about the war in Afghanistan, along with warnings of more attacks to come.

    The US special inspector general says the Afghan government continues to lose ground to Taliban fighters as well as ISIL.

    In the past nine days alone, dozens of Afghans have been killed in Kabul.

     

    Al Jazeera's Jennifer Glasse has more from the capital.


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