A rocket fired from an unknown place landed in a residence close to Hamid Karzai International Airport based in Kabul in which seven people including children and women were killed.
The rocket hit a house in Police District 15 of Kabul city Sunday afternoon, August 29.
Local residents and eyewitnesses said that the rocket hit two cars parked in the house which caught fire and inflicted casualties.
Eyewitnesses told Khaama Press that the firefighters did not come to extinguish the car and they themselves contained the fire using soil and water.
“There was too much dark in the house, there were fogs everywhere, I saw the flesh of children hung in the trees and lifted the half bodies myself.” Said Ghaws, an eyewitness.
As per the local residents, the rocket killed one man, one woman, and five minors.
No group has taken responsibility of the rocket, but ISIS-K had claimed the responsibility for last week’s two deadly bomb blasts at Kabul airport which took the lives of nearly two hundred people among them 13 US marines
Earlier, US president Joe Biden had warned against more attacks and explosions in Kabul city.