A look at recent attacks in Afghanistan's capital:
— June 18: Insurgents wearing Afghan army uniforms storm a police station near the presidential palace and open fire on officers, killing nine.
— May 21: Suicide bomber wearing an Afghan soldier uniform slips inside the main military hospital in Kabul and kills six Afghan medical students.
— April 27: Veteran Afghan military pilot opens fire at Kabul airport, killing eight U.S. troops and an American civilian contractor.
— April 18: Suicide attacker sneaks past security at the Afghan Defense Ministry, killing two Afghan soldiers and fatally wounding an Afghan army officer.
— Feb. 14: Suicide bomber attacks Kabul's first Western-style shopping mall, killing two security guards at the entrance.
— Jan. 28: Suicide bomber attacks inside Western-style supermarket, killing eight.
— Jan. 12: Suicide bomber on a motorbike targets minibus carrying Afghan intelligence employees, killing at least two and wounding more than 30.
— Dec. 19: Two insurgents strapped with explosives ambush a bus carrying Afghan army officers to work, killing five and wounding nine.
— Nov. 12: Suicide attacker strikes American convoy, killing one civilian.
— Aug. 10: Two suicide bombers attack a private security company building, killing two company drivers.
— June 2: Insurgents fire rockets at site of national peace conference; Taliban fighters wearing suicide vests battle security forces at the site. Two militants killed, but none of the 1,500 people attending the conference was wounded.
— May 18: Taliban suicide bomber attacks NATO convoy, killing 18 people including five American troops and a Canadian soldier.
— April 19: Explosion at an Afghan National Army facility just outside the capital kills an American soldier.
— Feb. 26: Suicide attackers strike two residential hotels, killing 20 people, including seven Indians.
— Jan. 26: Suicide car bomber strikes a barrier outside a U.S. base in Kabul, wounding six Afghans and eight American troops.
— Jan. 18: Team of suicide bombers and gunmen target government buildings, leaving 12 dead, including seven attackers.