February 18 Police in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, confirmed on the 18th that a bomb attack near Kabul University on the same day, killing two people.
Ferdaus Faramaz, spokesman of Kabul City Police Department, said that at 11.25 a.m. local time, a car was attacked by a magnetic bomb near the gate of Kabul University in the 3rd District of Kabul Police.
One of the dead was a teacher at Kabul University.
The police are investigating the attack.
A source from Kabul City Police Department, who declined to be named, told Xinhua News Agency that the teacher of Kabul University was killed as the owner of the vehicle attacked.
At present, no organization or individual claims to have caused the attack.
Earlier on the 18th, a car was hit by a magnetic bomb near Kabul International Airport.
Fortunately, there were no casualties.
In recent years, attacks have occurred frequently in Kabul city, killing many government officials, military police and others.
The government accused the Taliban and the extremist organization Islamic State of causing these attacks.