KABUL, Afghanistan

The death toll from Friday’s attack in the Afghan capital Kabul surged to over 30 as terrorist group Daesh claimed responsibility for the bloodbath, an official confirmed on Saturday.

Desperation and resentment gripped the capital’s western Dasht-e-Barchi neighborhood a day after the anniversary of the death of a local Shiite leader was sprayed with bullets, sowing death and shockwaves of horror.

The country’s Interior Ministry on Saturday revised the death toll to 32, with over 60 civilian victims with bullet wounds fighting for life at various public hospitals. Ministry spokesman Nusrat Rahimi told Anadolu Agency that two attackers

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