The attacks in Kabul claimed the lives of 25 people, including 9 journalists, and 11 children

Monday, April 30, during the terrorist attacks in Kabul killed at least 25 people, including 9 journalists , and 11 children.

In the Afghan capital was rocked by 2 explosions.

The first bomb detonated a suicide bomber on a motorcycle around 8 a.m. in the area of Shash-the Darach, where government buildings and the U.S. Embassy.

When the media personnel arrived at the scene to cover the event, there was a second attack — the explosion carried out by a suicide bomber, disguised as a cameraman. It is known that among the dead journalists 2 employees of radio «Freedom» and France Presse photographer Shah Marai.

#UPDATE Agence France-Presse»s chief photographer in Kabul, Shah Marai, has been killed.
He died in a blast that was targeting a group of journalists who had rushed to the scene of a suicide attack in the Afghan capital

— AFP news agency (@AFP) April 30, 2018

Responsibility for the explosions in Kabul was assumed by the terrorist organization ISIS.