Taliban in Afghanistan warn of more attacks

The Taliban said Tuesday that its suicide bombers will attack Kabul restaurants where Westerners eat, a sign of a new strategy that already has US and European workers restricting their outings in the Afghan capital. The deadly attack a day earlier on Kabul's well-guarded, high-profile Serena Hotel - where Westerners often dine and stay - was linked to a Pakistani militant, the Afghan intelligence chief said. Afghan authorities arrested four people, including one of the three suspected attackers, who was disguised in a police uniform. The Taliban's warning came as the death toll rose to eight in the Serena bombing and shooting attack.