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Two people were killed in a roadside bomb attack in the Afghan capital

26 people were killed in the armed conflict in northern Afghanistan

â–³Picture from the local media TOLO News in Afghanistan

Kabul, February 1 According to Afghan police, there were two roadside bomb attacks in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, on the 1st, killing two people and injuring one.

Ferdaus Faramaz, spokesman of Kabul Police Station, told Xinhua News Agency by telephone that a car of Afghan security forces triggered a roadside bomb at noon on the 1st in Kabul Police District 7.

A security force soldier and a nearby civilian were killed and another security force soldier was injured.

On the morning of the 1st, another bomb attack occurred in Kabul.

Kabul police issued a statement saying that a Afghan government car was hit by a roadside bomb in the 10th police district of Kabul that morning, but fortunately no casualties were caused.

At present, no organization claims to have carried out the two attacks.

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