Pakistan involved in Kabul hotel attack, claims Afghanistan’s spy agency
Afghan spy agency, the National Directorate of Security, has pointed fingers at Pakistan for the Kabul Hotel attack that claimed 22 lives. According to the spy agency, explosives packed in a vehicle used by the Taliban fighters who attacked the Intercontinental Hotel over the weekend came from Pakistan. “The explosive materials seized in the vehicle shows that the material is made in Pakistan,” the NDS said in a statement, according to Tolo News. The explosive chemicals were reportedly produced at a private company based in Islamabad. Pakistan has been under tremendous pressure to weed out insurgents from its soil, and earlier…
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