Saturday, September 18

New explosions in the city of Kabul on the eve of the US withdrawal

Several explosions, allegedly caused by rockets, have been registered this Monday in the city of Kabul, a day after two attacks have left at least six civilians dead in the Afghan capital. America’s anti-missile defenses have intercepted five rockets, as reported by Reuters.

The alleged rockets hit the city of Kabul on Monday morning according to several witnesses and local media who released images of the incident. The rockets reported early in the morning were fired from the Khair Khana area near Kabul airport, according to eyewitnesses quoted by the Afghan news channel Tolo.

Several images broadcast on social media and local television channels show some damage resulting from the explosions in homes and vehicles.

At the moment there is no official information on the causes of the explosion, the magnitude of the damage or if there have been victims in these incidents.

This attack comes after a rocket hit a building in the Afghan capital on Sunday and the United States confirmed a drone attack on a vehicle in Kabul to neutralize an “imminent” threat over the airport.

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