(HRW) – A horrific attack on August 25 in Kabul targeted the American University of Afghanistan, leaving 13 civilians dead and dozens injured after a harrowing 10-hour siege. It also claimed another vital educational institution – the country’s sole high school for blind people. The unidentified insurgents launched the Thursday evening attack from the grounds of the Vocational High School for the Blind, parking an explosives-packed truck outside the school’s clinic. The explosion destroyed the wall separating the school from the university.