At least three people were wounded in an explosion triggered by a magnetic bomb in Kabul city earlier today, the security officials said.

Najib Danish, a spokesman for the Ministry of Interior said the incident took place at around 7:30am in the vicinity of 16th police district of the city.

Danish further added that the blast ripped through a Ford Ranger vehicle, leaving at least three security personnel wounded.

He said the wounded individuals have been shifted to hospital and are in a stable condition.

No individual or group has so far claimed responsibility behind the incident.

The anti-government armed elements including Taliban have been using magnetic bombs as the weapon of their choice to target the security personnel and government officials in the key cities, including Kabul city.


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