December 12 According to AFP, the Afghan Ministry of the Interior said that on the 12th local time, a series of rockets hit Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, killing one person and injuring one. This is the second such attack in Kabul in less than a month.
A spokesman for the Afghan Ministry of Defense said: “Four rockets were launched from the Labe Jar area of Kabul”, and two landed near Kabul airport.
Kabul police also confirmed the early morning attack, saying that most of the rockets hit the eastern part of Kabul.
So far, no organization has claimed responsibility for the attack.
A rocket attack on Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, killed a civilian.
December 12th local time, Tariq Arian, spokesman of the Afghan Ministry of the Interior, released a message that on that day, attackers fired 10 rockets at different areas of Kabul in the 4th police district of Kabul. The attack resulted in the death of one civilian and the injury of two others.
This is the second rocket attack in Kabul in nearly a month. On 21 November, 23 rockets were struck in different parts of the city, which killed eight civilians.