Why did Isis-K say its suicide bomber was Uygur?

An Afghan militant group’s unusual decision to identify one of its suicide bombers as a member of the Uygur ethnic group could be an attempt to gain international attention and put pressure on China over its policy in Xinjiang, analysts said.Islamic State-Khorasan (Isis-K), the Afghanistan branch of the Syria- and Iraq-based network, claimed responsibility for an attack at a packed Shiite mosque in Kunduz in northern Afghanistan on Friday.At least 55 worshipers were killed and more than 140…


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