Two Suspects Arrested In Afghanistan
Afghan authorities arrested two men were are accused of involvement in last weeks’ attack on a military parade attended by President Hamid Karzai, according to the New York Times.
One suspect is believed to have worked for the defense ministry. The other man is believed to have worked for the interior ministry, according to the Afghanistan intelligence chief.
The Afghan government believes the militants behind the attack, which killed three people, are linked to al-Qaeda, according to the BBC.
A representative for the Taliban claims responsibility for the incident and that the group did not target the president but wanted to show how easily they could get access to such events.