3 killed in Taliban attack on Afghan army bus

A suicide bomber struck Kabul for the fourth time this week, killing at least three people in an attack targeting army soldiers, officials said. The attack occurred around 7 a.m. far from the city center, in the Dogh Abad section of the capital, but still underscored Kabul’s vulnerability as President Ashraf Ghani takes office. The bombing was carried out by a lone individual on foot, who detonated his explosives near a bus carrying members of the Afghan army. The Afghan Interior Ministry confirmed three deaths and seven injuries. The Taliban, who carried out two suicide attacks in Kabul on Wednesday that killed eight Afghan soldiers, claimed responsibility. There was also an...