At least seven people were wounded in two separate bombings on Saturday morning in Kabul, Afghanistan, TOLOnews reported
At least seven people were wounded in two separate bombings on Saturday morning in Kabul, Afghanistan, TOLOnews reported.
Four people were wounded in the first blast when a magnetic IED attached to a Land Cruiser car exploded in Khair Khawa area of Police District 11 in Kabul at 7:10 am, said the Kabul Police in a statement.
Thirty minutes later, at 7:40 am, another bomb exploded, targeting yet another car in Omid-e-Sabz township in Police District 6 of Kabul wounding three more people.
The Kabul Police didn’t reveal any other information regarding these two incidents. No group has yet taken the responsibility for the attacks.
Targeted killings, using magnetic IED bombs, have been increased over the past months, especially in urban population centers.
Former Afghan intelligence chief Rahmatullah Nabil said on Friday that targeted killings in cities would increase in the next few months in Afghanistan. Although he added the group would not take responsibility for these attacks to avoid direct international criticism.
Earlier two IED car bombs also exploded in central Bamiyan province - a province considered most safe in Afghanistan.