ISIS supporters claimed responsibility for the Saturday blast which killed dozens of workers who were queuing outside a bank to collect their salaries in the city of Jalalabad.
During a rally in Kabul, activists wore masks depicting the face of the 27-year-old, who was beaten to death by a mob after being wrongly accused of burning a Qur’an. Protesters also used #JusticeForFarkhunda.
Artist-activist Kubra Khademi took to Kabul’s streets in a metal jacket in a defiant protest against sexual harassment.
Rescue workers dug through the snow with their hands to save people.
Air India received an anonymous phone threat, prompting airports across the country to tighten their security.
Five people, including one foreign diplomat, were killed and 30 people were injured. Update: The UK’s foreign secretary has confirmed that the diplomat was British.
Amateur video of an American cargo plane going down at Bagram air field north of Kabul yesterday. Officials say seven people were killed. [WARNING: DISTURBING FOOTAGE]
To Boston. From Kabul. With Love.
Taliban claim responsibility: “This was not a direct attack to target him [Hagel] but we want to send a message that we are always capable of hitting Kabul.”
Lonely Planet makes it sound fun — but a couple has been missing since October. “We’re just trying to get my daughter back,” Caitlan Coleman’s mother tells BuzzFeed.
Remember Skateistan? The non-profit skateboarding school lost four members in a bomb that detonated Saturday outside the International Security Assistance Force.
Fleeting moments of calm in the chaos of war. Thank you for your service, gentlemen.
Powerful but horrific. This searing photo was taken by AFP’s Massoud Hossaini, who just won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Photography. WARNING: Graphic images.