The ISIS Khorasan, the offshoot of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), claimed responsibility for Kabul bombing which killed two employees of a TV station.
The group issued a statement in Arabic language, claiming responsbility for the attack on a bus carrying the employees of Khurshid TV in Kabul city.
An official in the Ministry of Interior confirmed that the vehicle of Khurshid TV, one of the private TV channels, hit an improvised explosive device at around 4 pm on Saturday.
The official further added that the explosion killed two people, including a reporter and one of the technical workers of the television.
According to the official, the explosion wounded at least six others including one of the employees of the TV channel.
The Taliban group had earlier rejected the militants of the group were involved in the bombing.
“Today’s bomb attack against workers of Khurshid TV in #Kabul city has no relation with the Mujahidin of Islamic Emirate,” Zabiullah Mujahid, a spokesperson for the group said in a Twitter post late on Saturday.