At least one person was killed and two more were wounded after multiple rockets were fired on different parts of Kabul early Saturday morning, the Interior Affairs Ministry said.
This is the second rocket attack in the city in a month.
At least 10 rockets were fired from the Lab-e-Jar area in Kabul on various parts of the city, including areas near the airport, Hawashinasi area in PD9, Zan Abad area in PD9 and Khwaja Rawash area in PD15, the Interior Affairs Ministry says.
According to the ministry, the rockets were fired from Lab-e-Jar area in the north of Kabul, close to the place from where last month’s rocket attacks happened.
Khwaja Rawash, Hawashinasi and Zan Abad where some of the rockets landed are residential areas, the ministry said.
On November 21, at least 23 rockets were fired on different parts of the city that killed eight civilians, according to the Interior Affairs Ministry.
The Civil Aviation Authority in a statement said today’s rocket attacks inflicted no harm to Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul.
The authority said flights were stopped for two hours following the incident but were resumed afterwards.
However, Kam Air officials said a Boeing 737 has been damaged in the rocket attacks.