The health Ministry said 65 of those killed in the explosion near the Embassy of Germany in Kabul
The explosion at the German Embassy in Kabul killed 65 people. Even more than 325 were injured, reports channel Tolo News, citing the Ministry of public health of Afghanistan.
A source in the security service told Reuters that it is unknown whether the injured in the explosion of the Embassy staff.
The Agency earlier reported that the explosion carried out a suicide bomber. He blew himself up in a car bomb near the German Embassy. The Agency noted that in the area of Kabul are also several embassies of other countries, therefore, the specific aim of the attack is still unclear.
The NDTV TV channel in turn reported that the explosion occurred near the Embassy of India. The Minister of foreign Affairs Sushma Swaraj said on Twitter that all officials are safe.
The explosion also damaged the French Embassy in Kabul, said the Minister of Mariel de Sarnez, reports Reuters. However, she added that information about the victims of the Embassy has not yet been reported.
The Aljazeera TV channel reported that the explosion in the houses within several hundred meters of broken Windows and doors.