Kabul saw its first major terror attack since the peace deal was signed by the U.S. and the Taliban. Islamic State gunman opened fire on a crowd at a gathering, with the death toll currently sitting at 32 and with at least 81 others wounded. The Taliban were quick to deny any involvement, and a similar attack last year on the same event was also carried out by ISIS. Afghan political leader Abdullah Abdullah and other officials were able to escape unharmed. President Ashraf Ghani has called the attack a crime against humanity and an assault on the country.