According to reports, two back-to-back IED explosions in the West of Kabul have killed and injured civilians.

Both explosions are reportedly said to be IED bombs attached to civilians passenger mini-vans that used to work as a taxi inside the Kabul city.

According to Kabul Police, the first IED explosion occurred in the Mahtab Qala area of district 6, killing 6 civilians including a woman injured two others.

The second explosion in Sar-e-Pul area of Dasht-e-Barchi, PD6 has claimed one life and have injured another four civilians including a woman.

This comes as the recent attacks and explosions mainly targeting civilians inside the Hazara community have raised too many questions and concerns among Hazara ethnic groups believing the Hazara genocide is underway.

Thousands of Hazara community members started online campaigns under the name of Stop Hazara Genocide and #StopHazaraGenocide on Twitter and Facebook to seek support for international voices. The campaign went through on the internet for several days becoming one of the popular trendings of Twitter.

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