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A car explosion in Ghazni, Afghanistan, has killed 27 people

A car explosion in Ghazni Afghanistan has killed 27 people


November 29th According to report by the Russian Satellite News Agency on the 29th, the car bomb explosion in the city of Ghazni, Afghanistan, killed 27 people.

Previously, Ariana News TV quoted local hospitals as saying that at least 21 people were killed and 17 injured in the incident. The head of Ghazni Hospital claimed that all casualties were military personnel.

According to 1TV TV, the car bomb explosion occurred near an Afghan armed force base. Before the explosion, gunfire was heard at the scene. A local government spokesman also confirmed that the explosion was caused by suicide car bombs.

At present, no organization has claimed responsibility for the explosion.

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