Rome (IP) – Several Afghan citizens in Italy gathered in Rome, the Italian capital, in response to the recent terrorist attacks on Shia Muslims in various parts of Afghanistan.

Iran PressEurope: Kabul and some other cities in Afghanistan witnessed terrorist explosions during Ramadan this year.

A terrorist blast at Abdul Rahim Shahid School, west of Kabul, had killed 27 students and injured more than 100.

The ISIS terror outfit has claimed responsibility for recent attacks in Afghanistan.

On Saturday evening, Afghan citizens in Italy condemned atrocities in Hazaras' schools and mosques in Afghanistan.

They called on the United Nations and the international community to take action to protect Afghanistan's Hazara people.

Afghan nationals residing in Italy have criticized the indifference of the Italian and Western media to developments in Afghanistan, saying the war in Ukraine caused the crisis in Afghanistan to be forgotten.


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