Smoke rises from the site of a deadly militant attack on a government building that killed at least nine people, in Jalalabad, east of Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, May 13, 2018. (AP Photo/Mohammad Anwar Danishyar)
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The Taliban warned Kabul residents Monday to avoid "military centers" in the heavily fortified city, saying they are planning more attacks in the capital where civilians have long taken the brunt of the casualties.The warning comes after the United Nations said the war-weary capital -- where Daesh (ISIS) is also stepping up its attacks -- is already the deadliest place in the country for civilians.The group did not define what was meant by "military and intelligence centers".The group portrays itself as taking care to avoid civilian casualties, but has claimed attacks such as a massive bomb hidden in an ambulance in January which detonated in a crowded street and killed more than 100 people.
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