KABUL -- Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security (NDS) Thursday (February 14) said that its special forces arrested two individuals in connection with September's deadly bombing of a wrestling club in Kabul.
The blast killed at least 26 Afghans, including two journalists, and wounded almost 100. "Islamic State of Iraq and Syria" (ISIS) claimed responsibility.
The suspects, identified as Ahmad Tariq and Ahmad Farooq, were arrested in a special operation in Kabul city, the NDS said in a statement, without specifying the timing.
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