Three simultaneous explosions have been reported in Afghanistan’s Badakhshan, Kunduz, and Kunar provinces, according to sources.

On Sunday morning, June the 12th, an explosion took place on a vehicle carrying Taliban forces in the Kari area of Faizabad, Badakhshan province.

The explosion was triggered by a roadside explosive, according to officials, and caused no casualties.

The second explosion occurred in the Kuhna Foroshi area of Kunduz’s third police district.

Consistent with the sources, a roadside bomb detonated, injuring four civilians in Kunduz province’s third police district.

The third explosion happened in Asadabad, the provincial capital of Kunar.

The blast occurred on a Taliban military vehicle in the province, according to local sources.

Officials from the Taliban in the area have yet to confirm the blast, and no information regarding the nature of the blast or potential casualties has been given.

An explosion in Kabul’s 12th police district killed or injured a number of civilians yesterday evening.

Author

  • Saqalain Eqbal is an Online Editor for Khaama Press. He is a Law graduate from The American University of Afghanistan (AUAF).