A deadly Blast occurred this afternoon in front of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Afghanistan’s capital city in Kabul which leaves at least 20 casualties.
According to Taliban officials, the Suicide bomber had planned to enter the foreign ministry but failed. He added that at least 20 people were killed and many others injured in the blast.
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According to sources that at least nine people were wounded or killed, lying outside the Ministry.
Kabul police chief spokesman Khalid Zadran said security forces have been deployed to the site. He said that at least five people were killed and several wounded in the blast.
The blast hit about 4 pm local time (11:30 GMT) on Wednesday. Taliban foreign and interior ministry officials have yet to comment on the deadly explosion. The blast reportedly happened when a Chinese delegation was meeting the Taliban at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Remember here one thing this is not the first attack on Foreign Ministries in Afghanistan last year in the month of December An “assassination attempt” made at the Pakistani Embassy Envoy in Afghanistan’s Capital Kabul targeted Pakistan’s top diplomat. The head of the Pakistan Embassy Envoy, Ubaid Ur Rehman Nizamani, was the target of an attack on its embassy compound.
A security guard was wounded by shots fired by attackers while saving Pakistan’s embassy envoy in the Afghan capital, in what Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif called “an assassination attempt” on the head of the mission.
Now Earlier today Blast happened at the Gate of the Afghan Foreign Ministry when a Chinese delegation was meeting Taliban officials.
Remember here one thing that ever since the Taliban took power, the administration has faced major chaos in the Islamic State.
The IS militants have carried out a number of attacks in the past few months. The IS also claimed the responsibility for the attack in December.
In recent months, the IS targeted key installations including the Russian and Pakistani embassies and the office of the former prime minister in recent months.
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