Catch up on the developing stories making headlines. KABUL, Afghanistan -- A car bomb went off Friday as worshippers were leaving a Kabul mosque, killing at least seven people and wounding 41, including several children, a Taliban official said.What happened in Kabul?
A column of black smoke rose into the sky and shots rang out several minutes after the explosion near the mosque, located in a high-profile diplomatic neighborhood of the Afghan capital.What do Eyewitnesses Tell us about the explosion in Kabul?
"Many people were martyred or wounded," said Mohammad Basir, an eyewitness. "I don’t know if there were explosives placed on the roadside or if it was a car bomb, but there was an explosion, and all the people were in a bad situation."What is the Islamic State group doing in Afghanistan?
The Islamic State group-a top rival of the Taliban since their takeover in Afghanistan just over a year ago-has previously targeted mosques and worshippers, and especially members of Afghanistan’s minority Shiites in attacks.