On November 12, at least 10 people were killed or injured in an explosion in the Afghan capital of Kabul, according to the Interior Ministry. The blast took place near Pashtunistan Square in Kabul’s city centre.
An Interior Ministry spokesman confirmed that there were casualties. However, the final number of the casualties still can grow up because the sitaution in the area remains unclear.
#Kabul – Ambulances have been seen rushing casualties to hospital after the explosion this afternoon in Kabul city center. Officials have not yet confirmed the number of casualties #Afghanistan pic.twitter.com/zoqE39Ev9c
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The explosion in Kabultook place amid ongoing clashes between government forces and the Taliban in the provinces of Ghazni, Uruzgan and Baghlan, which have led to the death of at least 36 Afghan troops.