Afghans demand more security after deadly Kabul blasts

Regional leaders are due to meet in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, on Tuesday to discuss resolving the longstanding war with Taliban fighters and other groups.

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    Regional leaders are due to meet in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, on Tuesday to discuss resolving the longstanding war with Taliban fighters and other groups.

     

    The summit comes as the city remains on alert after a series of attacks in Kabul that killed more than 100 people over the last week.

     

    Afghans continued to protest, decrying the government's handling of security.

     

    Al Jazeera's Natasha Ghoneim reports.


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