‘Hell on earth’: what the papers say about the Kabul bomb blasts

Images of the injured fill the front pages as story of the deadly attack in Afghanistan claimed by Islamic State dominates the news

The atrocity in Afghanistan dominates the front pages of newspapers in the UK and all over the world, with an image of two women left bloodied and bewildered by the attack chosen by many editors to illustrate the story.

The photograph taken by Wakil Khosar for Agence France-Presse is the main picture on the front of half a dozen UK papers, including the Guardian, which carries the headline “Carnage in Kabul: dozens killed in airport bombing”.

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