Two newborn babies have been killed along with at least 12 mothers and nurses after gunmen stormed a maternity hospital in the Afghan capital of Kabul. Three gunmen entered the building dressed as police officers before throwing grenades and opening fire with rifles, leaving 15 including men, women and children injured. The attackers were later shot dead. Photos: Bullet holes line the wall of a maternity hospital in Kabul after it was stormed by suspected ISIS gunmen on Tuesday. Afghanis gather in a courtyard at the maternity hospital close to where one of the gunmen was shot dead.
Bodies of some of the victims from the hospital attack are laid on the ground after security forces killed the gunmen. Blood stains in the wards.
Baby wrapped in a bloody towel is evacuated. Fifteen men, women and children were also hurt in the attack while another 100 were evacuated after gunmen dressed as police officers walked into the hospital, threw grenades and opened fire.
Foreign soldiers keeps watch among armoured vehicles outside a hospital which came under attack in Kabul, Afghanistan. Afghan military: Two more attacks elsewhere in Afghanistan on Monday targeted a market and a funeral procession, killing at least 25 others.