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  • Smoke billows from the site of an explosion in Jalalabad on April 15.
  • Afghan security forces coordinate their plans during the April 15 militant attacks in Kabul. (Sayedjan Sabawoon/Radio Free Afghanistan)
  • Afghan police take cover near a Kabul building targeted in the coordinated attacks by militants. (AFP/Shah Marai)
  • Smoke rises from a tower belonging to the British Embassy after gunmen launched the multiple attacks in Kabul. (REUTERS/Omar Sobhani)
  • Afghan police advance toward one scene of the attacks in the capital. (AFP/JOHANNES EISELE)
  • Police and security forces respond to the eruption of violence in Kabul on April 15. (Sayedjan Sabawoon/Radio Free Afghanistan)
  • An Afghan National Army soldier keeps watch near the Provincial Reconstruction Team (PRT) as a NATO helicopter flies over the site of an attack in Jalalabad Province on April 15. (REUTERS/Parwiz)
  • Smoke billows near the Kabul Star hotel. (Sayedjan Sabawoon/Radio Free Afghanistan)
  • Soldiers on April 16 at a Kabul construction site where an explosion took place during a battle the previous day. (REUTERS/Omar Sobhani)
  • Afghan police take up positions during the fighting in Kabul. (REUTERS/Omar Sobhani)
  • An Afghan policeman takes up a position at the site of an attack in Kabul on April 15. (REUTERS/Omar Sobhani)
  • Soldiers from the Afghan National Army keep watch near a Provincial Reconstruction Team as smoke rises from the site of an attack in Jalalabad Province on April 15. (REUTERS/Parwiz)
  • An explosion at a construction site during one of the running battles in Kabul early on April 16. (REUTERS/Omar Sobhani)
  • Afghan security personnel secure the front of a damaged building a day after insurgents used the building to attack the parliament building in Kabul. (AFP)
  • Afghan policemen are reflected in glass from a broken window as they stand guard outside a building where Taliban fighters launched an attack. (AFP/JOHANNES EISELE)
  • Smoke rises from the site of an attack in Paktia Province. (REUTERS)
  • An Afghan policeman guards a site in Kabul on April 15. (REUTERS/Omar Sobhani)
  • A hand grenade lies on the floor next to a sandal inside a building where militants launched one of the Kabul attacks. (AFP/JOHANNES EISELE)
  • An Afghan policeman stands near the dead body of a suicide attacker in Kabul on April 16. (REUTERS/Omar Sobhani)
  • Security personnel on April 16 cordon off the wreckage of cars in front of a building at the site of one of the attacks in Kabul. (AFP)
  • Security officials inspect the body of a dead militant in Kabul on April 16. (EPA/S. SABAWOON)

Militants Attack Kabul, Other Afghan Cities

Published 15 April 2012

Afghan security forces responded on April 15 to coordinated attacks around the capital, Kabul, and in other cities. A Taliban spokesman claimed his group and allied militants were responsible.