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Blast rocks western Kabul: official, witness

PTI | Kabul | Updated: 11-02-2020 09:49 IST | Created: 11-02-2020 09:42 IST
Blast rocks western Kabul: official, witness
Representative image Image Credit: ANI

An explosion rattled the Afghan capital Kabul early Tuesday, a security official said, with casualties feared in what appeared to be the first major attack in the city in months.

"The explosion was a suicide attack with civilian casualties," said the ministry of interior's deputy spokeswoman Marwa Amini. A witness near the scene in western Kabul confirmed the explosion.

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