Reports are coming in regarding another suicide bombing in Kabul, Afghanistan, this time killing 14 military and civilian bystanders, and wounding approximately another 50 more. This occurred just as Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum, Afghanistan’s First Vice President, was returning from Turkey. He was unharmed.

Reports on the attack are still coming in — as details make themselves clear, exact numbers of killed and wounded will be available. Even the method of attack is not entirely certain — interior ministry spokesman, Najib Danish, said that, “The blast was probably caused by a suicide bomber.”

The attack was claimed by the Islamic State (ISIS-K).

Afghan security personnel and traffic police lie on the ground after a suicide attack near the Kabul Airport, in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, July 22, 2018. | AP Photo/Rahmat Gul

The “First Vice President” is an Afghan political position, of which they are two (he is not the first one ever). Sarwar Danish is the Second Vice President of Afghanistan, and both have served in the position since Sept. 2014.