According to Tolo News, an explosion occurred in the first security area of Kabul, Afghanistan's capital, on Tuesday evening, according to an informed source, according to MHER News Agency.
According to the article, no other information on the incident has been released thus far. According to reports, the explosion occurred in Kabul's Mandawi bazaar.
On Monday, an explosion was heard in Afghanistan's capital, Kabul, as a result of a bomb planted in the Kota Sangi area. The blast left two people wounded, and the area was cordoned off by Taliban militants.
ISIS claimed responsibility for an attack on a heavily Shi’ite area in the Afghan capital Kabul on Saturday.
Noteworthy, 6 people were killed while 7 others were injured as a magnetic bomb attached to a minivan exploded in a heavily Shi’ite area of the Afghan capital Kabul on Saturday.
Earlier this month, an explosion occurred on Tuesday near the Sardar Mohammad Daud Khan military hospital in the Afghan capital, Kabul, followed by the sound of heavy gunfire.
More than 20 people have been killed and at least 16 injured in a gun and bomb assault on the military hospital in the Afghan capital Kabul. The attack began with a suicide bomber detonating his explosives near the facility’s entrance before gunmen broke into the hospital grounds.
Residents shared photos showing a plume of smoke over the area of the blasts, according to Reuters.
A Taliban military commander was among the dead in IS attack on Afghanistan’s main military hospital officials revealed.