95 Dead, 158 Injured in Afghanistan Ambulance Bombing
At least 95 people were killed and around 150 more were injured in an ambulance bombing attack in Kabul, Afghanistan, on Saturday, Jan. 27. The BBC reported that attackers drove an explosives-filled ambulance to a street open only to government workers.
The Taliban say they’re behind the attack, which comes a week after the terrorist organization killed 22 people in a luxury Kabul hotel in an hours-long siege. “I saw a huge flame,” one witness told the broadcaster. “The smoke was pungent. It entered my eyes and I was not able to see for some time.”