Latest news
Thumbnail

Death Toll From Sunday's Blasts in Kabul Rises to 5

The death toll from Sunday night's two blasts in the west of Kabul has risen to five, police said on Monday, adding that 16 more people were wounded in the explosions.  

However, Kabul police have not provided further details about the casualties. 

Two separate explosions in Kabul occurred in less than one hour of each other on Sunday evening. 

Police said on Sunday night that the first explosion happened in the Pul-e-Sokhta area in Kabul’s District 3, hitting a passenger bus, in which one civilian was killed and five more were wounded. 

The other explosion targeted a passenger bus in the Sar-e-Karez area in Kabul’s District 6, killing two civilians and wounding seven, police said. 

However, no group including the Taliban has claimed responsibility for the blasts. 

TOLOnews findings show that parts of the centers of at least 10 provinces, including Kabul, Nangarhar, Kunduz, Helmand, Parwan, Balkh, Kandahar, Badghis and Uruzgan have faced deadly anti-security incidents in the last 15 days.

Death Toll From Sunday's Blasts in Kabul Rises to 5

Two separate explosions in Kabul occurred in less than one hour of each other on Sunday evening.

Thumbnail

The death toll from Sunday night's two blasts in the west of Kabul has risen to five, police said on Monday, adding that 16 more people were wounded in the explosions.  

However, Kabul police have not provided further details about the casualties. 

Two separate explosions in Kabul occurred in less than one hour of each other on Sunday evening. 

Police said on Sunday night that the first explosion happened in the Pul-e-Sokhta area in Kabul’s District 3, hitting a passenger bus, in which one civilian was killed and five more were wounded. 

The other explosion targeted a passenger bus in the Sar-e-Karez area in Kabul’s District 6, killing two civilians and wounding seven, police said. 

However, no group including the Taliban has claimed responsibility for the blasts. 

TOLOnews findings show that parts of the centers of at least 10 provinces, including Kabul, Nangarhar, Kunduz, Helmand, Parwan, Balkh, Kandahar, Badghis and Uruzgan have faced deadly anti-security incidents in the last 15 days.

Share this post