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Explosion Rocks Kabul City, Two People Injured

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Fidel Rahmati
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The Kabul police’s spokesman, Khalid Zadran, acknowledged an explosion in the city’s fifth district of Kabul on Friday evening.

The blast occurred at the intersection of Spin Kelly in the Khushal Khan Mina area, fifth district of Kabul, where two people were injured.

The police forces have gone to the place for investigation, Zadran said.
During the last week, security has deteriorated, and Islamic State Khorasan has intensified its attacks in the country.

Meanwhile, a suicide bombing on Thursday claimed the lives of the Taliban governor of Balkh in the northern province of Afghanistan and two others.

The report also said that another explosion occurred in provincial district five in Kabul city earlier Tuesday, having no casualties.

In addition, three people were killed, and three others were wounded in the Herat Western province of Afghanistan, including the General Director of water supply and water pipes regulation.

The Islamic State claimed responsibility for killing the Balkh governor and the General Director of Herat’s water supply in separate statements on Thursday.

The IS-Khorasan is the main challenge for Afghanistan’s Taliban-led government, killing Taliban members, foreign nationals, and people.

Despite the Islamic Emirate rulers’ repeated claims that the Afghan conflict is concluded, the de facto government still faces significant security challenges. Since the Taliban took over in August 2021, the extremist Islamic State Khorasan (IS-K) group has violently attacked the provincial capital Kabul and other areas.

Recently, the Taliban government also increased its operations against Islamic State Khorasan hideouts. In a recent operation in Kunar province of Afghanistan, Abu Osman, ISIS-Indian “emir”, was killed with several other IS-K militants in Kabul.

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