On October 24, local time, an education center in the 13th police district of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, was hit by a suicide bombing, killing at least 13 people and injuring 30 others.
In a telephone interview with Xinhua News Agency, the spokesperson of the Ghazni Provincial Police Department, Ahmed Khan Silat, said that at about 9 o’clock local time, a bus was triggered in the Lauza Pass area on the outskirts of the capital Ghazni.
A roadside bomb killed 9 civilians in the vehicle. Subsequently, a police vehicle rushing to the explosion site also triggered a roadside bomb, and two policemen were injured.
At present, no organization or individual has announced that it has caused an explosion.
The Afghan Taliban often use roadside bombs and other methods to launch attacks on the Afghan security forces and NATO coalition forces in Afghanistan, and many civilians have also been victimized.