Despite the ongoing talks between the Taliban and the Afghan government, the violence in the country continues unabated.
A recent increase of violence in Afghanistan could complicate a potential peace deal, as the US says it will withdraw all troops by Christmas.
Peace talks in Qatar aim to end years of conflict between the two sides.
The mass shooting, carried out by gunmen disguised as police officers, left 24 people dead, including two newborn babies.
The fate of more than 5,000 U.S. troops who were going to come home from America's longest war is now unclear.
Some former Afghan interpreters have come to live in the U.S. and they’re worried about the peace talks with the Taliban
ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack on the presidential palace while Ghani was delivering Eid prayers
The previous truce came and went with no noticeable decrease in violence across the country, and government forces are advancing in Aleppo.
While talks continue with the FARC, Colombia and its smaller rebel force ELN announced Wednesday they will also begin formal peace negotiations.
US Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday that a halt in fighting should take place in a week — but the deal doesn't involve the Islamic State.