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Two Blasts Happen in Kabul; 1 Civilian Killed: Police

Two blasts happened in Kabul on Saturday morning, leaving one civilian dead and four others wounded, according to police. 

The first explosion happened in the Pul-e-Company area west of Kabul, police said.

Sources said one person was wounded in the explosion. 

The explosion targeted a vehicle carrying the finance officer of a security forces regiment who was heading to Maidan Wardak province, sources said.

Another explosion happened in the Salim Karwan area in Kabul’s PD4, targeting a corolla vehicle, which belonged to civilians, police said.

One civilian was killed and three more were wounded in the explosion, police said in a statement.

The blasts happen at a time that targeted attacks have increased in Kabul. 

Meanwhile, three people, including a child, were killed in an explosion in Panjwai district in Kandahar province this morning, the provincial police said in a statement.

Two Blasts Happen in Kabul; 1 Civilian Killed: Police

The two explosions happened in Salim Karwan area in Kabul’s PD4 and in Pul-e-Company area in Kabul’s PD5.

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Two blasts happened in Kabul on Saturday morning, leaving one civilian dead and four others wounded, according to police. 

The first explosion happened in the Pul-e-Company area west of Kabul, police said.

Sources said one person was wounded in the explosion. 

The explosion targeted a vehicle carrying the finance officer of a security forces regiment who was heading to Maidan Wardak province, sources said.

Another explosion happened in the Salim Karwan area in Kabul’s PD4, targeting a corolla vehicle, which belonged to civilians, police said.

One civilian was killed and three more were wounded in the explosion, police said in a statement.

The blasts happen at a time that targeted attacks have increased in Kabul. 

Meanwhile, three people, including a child, were killed in an explosion in Panjwai district in Kandahar province this morning, the provincial police said in a statement.

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