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7 Killed in Various Security Incidents in Kabul in 24 Hours

At least seven people were killed and three more were wounded in various security incidents in Kabul in the last 24 hours.

In one of the incidents, a vehicle hit a roadside bomb in Chahar Asiab district in Kabul on Sunday morning, killing five members of one family.

Their relatives said that the family was on its way to the Lalandar area for a Nawroz celebration when their vehicle was targeted by the blast.

Police said that two of the five persons were members of the public uprising forces and another was an employee of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum.

Meanwhile, another roadside bomb blast occurred in Bagrami district in Kabul last night in which one police force member was killed and one more was wounded, police said.

Also, a security source said that one person was killed and two more were wounded in an attack by unknown armed men in Qargha lake in Paghman district of Kabul on Friday.

7 Killed in Various Security Incidents in Kabul in 24 Hours

Five of those killed in one of the incidents were members of one family, relatives said.

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At least seven people were killed and three more were wounded in various security incidents in Kabul in the last 24 hours.

In one of the incidents, a vehicle hit a roadside bomb in Chahar Asiab district in Kabul on Sunday morning, killing five members of one family.

Their relatives said that the family was on its way to the Lalandar area for a Nawroz celebration when their vehicle was targeted by the blast.

Police said that two of the five persons were members of the public uprising forces and another was an employee of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum.

Meanwhile, another roadside bomb blast occurred in Bagrami district in Kabul last night in which one police force member was killed and one more was wounded, police said.

Also, a security source said that one person was killed and two more were wounded in an attack by unknown armed men in Qargha lake in Paghman district of Kabul on Friday.

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