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Two car bomb attacks in Afghanistan killed 32 people

At least 11 members of the security forces have been killed in an attack by militants in eastern Afghanistan

△Image Source: Afghan Dawn News

Kabul, November 29 Afghan officials confirmed on the 29th that a car bomb attack occurred in Ghazni province in eastern Afghanistan and Chabul province in southern Afghanistan that killed 32 people and injured 44 others.

In a telephone interview with Xinhua News Agency, Afghan Interior Ministry spokesperson Tariq Arian said that at about 7:40 am local time on the 29th, a military camp in Ghazni, the capital of Ghazni Province, was attacked by a car bomb.

Casualties, more details will be announced to the media at a later date.

Zahir Shah Nikmal, spokesperson for the Public Health Department of Ghazni Province, told Xinhua News Agency that the explosion in Ghazni City killed 30 Afghan security forces soldiers and injured 21 others and were sent to them. Hospital treatment.

Hikmat Kochayi, Chief of the Police of Chabul Province, told Xinhua News Agency reporters that in the early morning of the 29th local time, the chairperson of the Chabul Provincial Assembly Atta Jan Haqbayen and his party were travelling in a vehicle in Karat, the capital of Chabul The city was hit by a car bomb, killing 2 people and wounding 23 others. The dead were a bodyguard and a pedestrian in Hackbayan.

At present, no organization or individual has announced the creation of these two attacks.

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