2021-02-02 Afghanistan||Civilian, Security Force Member Killed in 2nd Kabul Blast, 5 dead in 24 hours
[ToloNews] At least one civilian and a security force member were killed in a blast on an army vehicle in Kabul on Monday afternoon, Kabul police said in a statement.|
The blast happened about 12:00pm local time from an IED hitting an army vehicle in the Jangalak area of PD7 of Kabul city, the statement said.
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the police have not provided further details about the blast.
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immediately grabbed credit for the blast.
Also, a blast targeted an armored vehicle belonging to Khushnood Nabizada, head of the office of the state minister for peace affairs this morning, but there were no casualties, security officials said. The incident happened around 7:26 am local time in the Shaheed roundabout in Kabul in PD10 after Nabizada’s vehicle was hit by an IED, the security forces said.
Nabizada and two of his children were in the vehicle when the blast happened, but no one, including his driver, was hurt, said relatives. Nabizada is also founder of the Khaama Press, an online news agency in Afghanistan.
Kabul: 5 Killed in Targeted Attacks in 24 Hours
[ToloNews] Five people were killed in targeted attacks in Kabul and two were wounded in attacks by armed robbers in less than 24 hours, according to security officials and sources.
The first incident occurred in the Afshar area in Kabul’s PD5 on Sunday evening, in which two security guards of the former election commission chief Yusuf Nuristani were killed, police confirmed.
Two civilians meanwhile were wounded in an attack by armed robbers in Kabul’s PD12 on Sunday evening.
On the same day, two residents of Paktia, who were civilians, were killed in the Shahrak-e-Amniat area in Kabul’s PD12.
Meanwhile, an NDS member was killed in an attack by unknown armed men in the Company area in Kabul’s PD5 on Monday morning, police said.
Also, a blast targeted a vehicle carrying Khushnood Nabizada, head of the office of the state minister for peace affairs. He survived the attack, and no one was hurt in it, according to police.
Figures by the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission show that in 2020 over 2,000 people were killed in incidents for which no one claimed responsibility.
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