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One Killed, 19 Wounded in Roadside Mine Blast in Kabul: MoI

At least one person was killed and 19 others wounded in a roadside mine blast in Kabul city on Monday, the Ministry of Interior said.

Meanwhile, the Afghan Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has said that at least four injured civilians were transferred to hospitals for treatment.

Initial reports are that the blast apparently targeted a vehicle carrying employees of a private company, however the name of the company so far has not been confirmed.

The explosion happened in the PD10 Taimani area of Kabul in which one person was killed and 19 others wounded.

The explosion took place only five days after insurgents associated to the Daesh terrorist group stormed a military hospital in Kabul killing at least 50 people and wounding over 70 others.

The Afghan government and the security institutions came under serious criticism following the attack in the military hospital.

One Killed, 19 Wounded in Roadside Mine Blast in Kabul: MoI

The explosion happened in the PD10 Taimani area of Kabul in which one person was killed and 19 others wounded

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At least one person was killed and 19 others wounded in a roadside mine blast in Kabul city on Monday, the Ministry of Interior said.

Meanwhile, the Afghan Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) has said that at least four injured civilians were transferred to hospitals for treatment.

Initial reports are that the blast apparently targeted a vehicle carrying employees of a private company, however the name of the company so far has not been confirmed.

The explosion happened in the PD10 Taimani area of Kabul in which one person was killed and 19 others wounded.

The explosion took place only five days after insurgents associated to the Daesh terrorist group stormed a military hospital in Kabul killing at least 50 people and wounding over 70 others.

The Afghan government and the security institutions came under serious criticism following the attack in the military hospital.

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