Afghanistan Kabul bus blast claims four lives

Afghanistan Kabul bus blast claims four lives




Moving on now a second blast has taken place in afghanistan's kabul just hours after the first explosion at least four civilians including two women were killed when a bomb blew up at passenger van in kabul five other people were injured and wounded in the incident including a woman and a child the injured were taken to a nearby hospital four hours before the blast at least four civilians were killed and four others were wounded in an earlier blast in kabul city the first incident occurred in the chahar kala area in pd6 of kabul city as an ied blast targeted a car the blast comes two days after 10 people were killed and 12 more were wounded in two explosions targeting two buses near the al holbert mosque militants in afghanistan are now adopting a new tactic to spread fear in the country's capital especially among the ethnic hazara minority the militants are planting bombs on crowded buses that have until now largely been spared such bloodshed hazaras have long been targeted by the sunni terrorist groups such as the taliban in the islamic state no group including the taliban has so far claimed responsibility for either of the blasts the attacks are raising new fears in the community and alarming security officials who say that such attacks are nearly impossible to stop last month the united nations stated that nearly 1 800 civilians were killed or wounded in the first three months of 2021 during the fighting between government forces and taliban insurgents despite efforts to find peace the united states has announced a plan to withdraw all its troops by 11th of september exactly two decades since the al qaeda attacks on the u.s that led to a new round of war in afghanistan.

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