On Tuesday morning in Kabul was rocked by the shots. A suicide bomber blew up a car in a residential area of Kabul, killing at least 24 people and injured more than 90 .
Sedik, Sedighi, press Secretary of the Minister of internal Affairs of Afghanistan, said gunfire was heard in the morning, not long after a suicide bomber attacked the car in a residential area of Kabul. The explosion was followed by gunfire which lasted for more than an hour. More than 30 people who were trapped, were evacuated by security forces.
After the explosion, probably even two attackers entered one of the houses in the area, said Sedighi. Head of criminal investigation of Kabul , Feria, Obaidi, told CBS News that one attacker was killed in a shootout and the other, apparently is still in the combat zone.
Foreign citizens were not in the charity office at the time of the attack, and the locals who were, including the guards, was in a secure facility, he said.
In turn, on Monday in Kabul was rocked by explosions near the Ministry of defense. Generals was among those killed in the attack, which was perpetrated by the Taliban.
The representative of the Ministry of public health Ismail Kawashi said 91 people were wounded in the attack in Central Kabul. Sedighi, interior Ministry spokesman, said that the district chief of police and five other police officers were among those killed.
President Ashraf Ghani condemned the attack in a statement saying, "the Enemies of Afghanistan have lost their ability to fight, so a cowardly attack highways, cities, mosques, schools and ordinary people."
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