Afghanistan attacks — Taliban killed at least 69 people, wounded 200 others

The death toll from the Taliban attacks in Afghanistan has risen to 69, with over 200 people wounded across the war-torn country.

The Interior Ministry has issued a statement saying a bomber detonated his car near a police training center, trying to enter the attached headquarters in southeastern Paktia province.

Officials confirmed the death of 32 people, including policemen, women and children.

Earlier Taliban terrorists targeted a police station, killing at least 19 police officers in Ghazni province in the south.

Police said Taliban militants also killed three policemen in the country’s western Farah province.