At least 57 people are said to have been killed, including children, and more than a hundred others have been injured. Among them eight children, reports the Chronicle.info with reference to the Telegraph.
Police said the suicide bomber targeted civilians who had gathered to receive national identification cards.
Terrorists also struck Sunday north of Kabul, when a truck ran over a roadside bomb in Puli Khomri, the capital of Baghlan province, killing at least five people. Two suicide bombings claimed by IS took place just last month in which almost 40 people were killed. "The tolls could still rise", he added.
This attack comes in the wake of several attacks last week against election preparation centers.
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The police say there is no immediate danger from the 500 kg British bomb, which was found on Heidestrasse last Wednesday. Travel disruption is expected around the area and at the central train station.
Sunday's attack took place when a suicide bomber wearing an explosive belt, blew themselves up near the election facility in the west of Kabul - an area mostly populated by Shi'ite Muslims, according to UNAMA.
The attack comes nearly a month after an ISIL suicide bomber carried out an attack near a Shiite shrine in Kabul that targeted attendees celebrating the Persian new year.
The suicide bombing is the fourth attack on voter centers since voter registration for October's long-delayed parliamentary elections began a week ago.
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Tolo News, a local website, said three voter registration centers around Afghanistan were attacked before Sunday.
Afghan police and troops have been tasked with protecting polling centres, even as they struggle to get the upper hand against insurgents on the battlefield.
Militants on Friday launched rockets at a voter registration centre in the northwestern province of Badghis, killing a police officer and wounding another person.
"We hope the security forces prevent such terrorist attacks in future so that people can register to vote in a peaceful environment", Daulati told a meeting broadcast by Ariana TV.
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