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Nangarhar: Taliban Vehicle Targeted by Blast, Child Killed

A child was killed and two people, including a Taliban forces member, were  injured in an explosion on Sunday evening in Nangarhar province.  

Bilal Karimi, a deputy of Taliban official Zabihullah Mujahid, confirmed to TOLOnews that the explosion hit a Taliban forces vehicle.  

According to Karimi, the explosion targeted the vehicle in PD5 of Jalalabad city, the provincial center of Nangarhar.  

Karimi said a child was killed and two people, including a member of the Taliban forces, were injured. 

No group has claimed responsibility for the attack. 

This attack followed a blast in Kabul on Saturday that wounded two people, and two explosions on Saturday that  targeted a Taliban vehicle in Nangarhar, which wounded around 20 people.  

Daesh has claimed responsibility for the recent attacks in Nangarhar, according to Amaq news agency, which often releases statements of the group.Amaq quotes Daesh saying that "35 Taliban forces were killed and wounded" in these attacks.

The Taliban has yet to react to this.

Nangarhar: Taliban Vehicle Targeted by Blast, Child Killed

One child was killed and two people were wounded in today’s explosion in Nangarhar.  

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A child was killed and two people, including a Taliban forces member, were  injured in an explosion on Sunday evening in Nangarhar province.  

Bilal Karimi, a deputy of Taliban official Zabihullah Mujahid, confirmed to TOLOnews that the explosion hit a Taliban forces vehicle.  

According to Karimi, the explosion targeted the vehicle in PD5 of Jalalabad city, the provincial center of Nangarhar.  

Karimi said a child was killed and two people, including a member of the Taliban forces, were injured. 

No group has claimed responsibility for the attack. 

This attack followed a blast in Kabul on Saturday that wounded two people, and two explosions on Saturday that  targeted a Taliban vehicle in Nangarhar, which wounded around 20 people.  

Daesh has claimed responsibility for the recent attacks in Nangarhar, according to Amaq news agency, which often releases statements of the group.Amaq quotes Daesh saying that "35 Taliban forces were killed and wounded" in these attacks.

The Taliban has yet to react to this.

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