Manama, Apr.22 (BNA): Bahrain strongly condemned the terrorist bombing which targeting a voter registration center in Kabul, Afghanistan, leaving dozens of people dead and injured.
Public Health Ministry spokesman Wahid Majro confirmed the toll from Sunday's attack.
ISIS claimed the attack, saying it targeted Shiite "apostates".
Both IS and the more well-established Taliban have stepped up attacks across Afghanistan in recent years.
Two policemen have been killed and five people, including three election officials, have been kidnapped since the voter registration began.
That vote is due to be followed by a presidential election in 2019.
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Ghani's office issued a statement condemning the bombing, adding such "terrorist attacks" won't prevent people from participating in October's parliamentary elections.
Two police officers were shot and killed by armed assailants at a registration place in the city of Jalalabad on Thursday, and gunmen also torched a centre in Ghor; abducting electoral and security officials. "They must not be allowed to succeed in deterring Afghan citizens from carrying out their constitutional right to take part in forthcoming elections".
Police said the suicide bomber targeted civilians who had gathered to receive national identification cards.
Hours later, insurgents placed an IED close to a voter registration centre in Pul-e-Khumri city in Baghlan province, killing six of a family, Afghan media reported.
The bomber was on foot when he detonated his explosives at the gate of the building about 10 a.m. local time, Interior Ministry spokesman Najib Danish said.
In a separate development on Sunday, a traffic incident reportedly involving a convoy of foreign forces killed a child near the U.S. embassy in Kabul, prompting protests in the area.
After weeks of relative calm the blast took place in Dasht-e Barchi, an area of western Kabul inhabited by many members of the mainly Shi'ite Hazara minority, which has been repeatedly hit by attacks claimed by Islamic State.