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Casualties toll from Kabul blasts rises above 50; women, children among killed, wounded

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The casualties’ toll from today’s back to back explosions in Kabul has further climbed to at least 56.

The Ministry of Public Health officials confirmed that the explosions killed 10 civilians including 5 women and a child.

The officials further added that the explosions also wounded 41 others including women and children.

No individual or group including Taliban has so far claimed responsibility for the explosion.

Nasrat Rahimi, a spokesman for the Ministry of Interior said a suicide bomber targeted a vehicle carrying the employees of the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum in 16th district of the city.

Rahimi further added the the second explosion took place in the same area killing 11 civilians and wounding 45 others.

Meanwhile, Rahimi said the third explosion took place in Despachery area of Kabul. It was likely a car bomb explosion.

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