(The Washington Post)
World
Back-to-back suicide bombings in Kabul kill at least 25
The Islamic State claimed double suicide bombings in Kabul on April 30 that killed at least 25 people, including nine journalists.
Read More
Up next in World
promo
1:26
Back-to-back suicide bombings in Kabul kill at least 25
promo
4:55
A Cameroonian journalist covered an American’s death. The government charged her with fake news.
promo
3:35
Why are American officials worried about a port in Djibouti?
promo
2:11
A year after the battle of Raqqa ended, Syrians return home to ruins
promo
3:37
Bolton unveils U.S. strategy to counter Russian, Chinese influence in Africa
promo
2:07
Senators discuss ending U.S. support for Saudi-led war in Yemen
promo
1:18
As war rages, children languish in Aden
promo
2:02
As men fight and die in Yemen's civil war, wives and mothers are left to carry on
promo
1:49
Four-year-old Rakan used to weigh 40 pounds. Now he weighs 9 pounds.
promo
2:15
Theresa May survives 'no confidence' vote
promo
0:54
May: I will fight confidence vote with 'everything I have got'
promo
3:00
'Put it to the people': British politicians suggest new Brexit vote