According to reports, two explosions hit Dasht-e-Barchi, a Hazara neighborhood in the west of Kabul on Saturday evening.

The first explosion reportedly occurred at 06:45 in front of a crowded commercial market and later another bomb exploded in Pul-e-Khushk bus stop.

Local sources confirmed injuries to civilians who were transported to the closes hospital in the area.

Taliban’s Ministry of Interior announced that the explosion was as a result of sticky bombs placed on bicycles and as a result 3 civilians have been injured.

This comes as the Shiet suburb area in the West of Kabul has been repeatedly target of attacks in the past years. Hundreds of Hazara civilians were killed in the multiple attacks which were claimed to be undertaken by ISIS.

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