Afghanistan Vice President’s Bomb Attack Kills 10 September 9 at 5:46 PM
At least 10 people have been killed so far in a bomb attack targeting the vice president in the heart of Afghanistan’s capital Kabul.
In Afghanistan, terrorism and other incidents have continued in various parts of Afghanistan since the peace agreement with the Taliban, an insurgent group, in February, and the deterioration of security has not been stopped.
According to the Afghan Interior Ministry, there was a big explosion in the center of the capital Kabul in the morning of September 9 near a row of vehicles with The First Vice President Saleh.
The explosion involved civilians who were nearby, killing at least 10 people and injuring 15 others so far.
The vice president suffered minor injuries to his face and hands, but there is nothing wrong with his life.
The vice president was slightly injured last July when his election office was attacked by an armed group.
In response to the explosion, President Gani accused the vice president of a despicable crime and revealed that he had begun an investigation into the bombing.
There have been no criminal statements so far, but the Taliban, an insurgent group, has issued a statement denying any involvement in terrorism.
In Afghanistan, since the U.S.-Taliban peace agreement in February, there has been sporadic fighting between the government and the Taliban in various parts of the country, as well as a series of terrorist attacks and attacks by the extremist group IS-Islamic State, which has continued to keep the security from deteriorating.