KABUL: The Afghan capital was rocked by five consecutive bomb blasts in 24 hours, killing a total of 11 people and injuring seven others.
According to Afghan media, more than five blasts took place in the capital in the last 24 hours, three of which took place this morning, killing 11 people, including security personnel, and injuring seven others.
Three explosions took place this morning. The first blast destroyed a police vehicle, the second blast destroyed the car of the Jamiat-e-Islah chief and the third blast destroyed a civilian’s car, killing 11 people, including the Jamiat-e-Islah leader, and injuring seven others.
There were two blasts in Kabul yesterday, the first on an Afghan army vehicle, killing an army officer and a civilian, while the vehicle of the federal minister of state for peace was destroyed by a landmine. Stay safe
Similarly, five people, including a former election commissioner and an Afghan intelligence official, were killed in five targeted killings in Kabul yesterday.
It should be noted that the United States also expressed concern over the escalation of violence in Afghanistan and hinted at revising the peace agreement reached with the Taliban in February last year.