Afghans look at property left behind by victims of an explosion that struck a protest march, that is displayed on a large representation of the Afghan flag, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Saturday, July 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Rahmat Gul)
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Kabul was plunged into mourning Sunday after its deadliest attack for 15 years killed 80 people and left hundreds maimed, reigniting concern that ISIS was seeking to expand its foothold in Afghanistan.The Afghan government is currently in the middle of an operation backed by NATO airstrikes against ISIS in Nangarhar, after Ghani earlier this year claimed that the group had been defeated.The Taliban, who are in the middle of their annual summer offensive and are more powerful than ISIS, strongly denied any involvement in Saturday's attack.The bombings, which killed at least 80 people and wounded 231, mark the deadliest single attack in Kabul since the Taliban were toppled from power in a 2001 U.S.-led invasion, the U.N. said.
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