Bomb explosion kills 50 people in Afghanistan, say TV channels

Afghan suicide bombing kills 68 in deadly month for attacks

Afghan suicide bombing kills 68 in deadly month for attacks

The bombs were reportedly hidden inside the schools as part of the planned attack.

The suicide bomber set off explosives in a crowd of hundreds of people protesting on the main road to the border crossing into neighboring Pakistan, Reuters said. The details of the complaint against the police chief were not immediately clear.

Officials have said violence is likely to intensify before parliamentary elections next month and a presidential election in April.

The militants have answered by conducting assaults in city amenities and against lightly defended targets.The assaults on Tuesday brought to six the assortment of colleges attacked within the province in contemporary months.

The Taliban denied any involvement.

Attahullah Khogyani, spokesman for the provincial governor said the all 32 people killed in the attack were innocent civilians gathered for a protest.

The twin blasts took place an hour after a bomb exploded outside Biba Hawa girls' school in nearby Behsood district, Jalalabad education department spokesman Asif Shinwari said.

The death toll could be higher and the number of injured is estimated to be more than 100. "There used to be no fast explain of responsibility for any of the four assaults there.CreditReuters "The suicide attacker obtained out of a white automobile and ran in opposition to the protesters" tent", acknowledged Sayed Qayoom, a gape reached by cell phone.

Reports earlier on Tuesday spoke about a chain of explosions near three schools in Nangarhar.

In addition, two air strikes were carried out in Baghlan, another northern province on Tuesday, following six the day before and US advisers were on the ground supporting Afghan troops, the spokesman added. In January, a Taliban-claimed suicide bombing in the capital Kabul killed at least 103.

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