A mine exploded in the center of the Afghan capital Kabul It is reported by TOLO News.
The incident took place in the second police district. Said Khosti, a spokesman for the country's Interior Ministry, confirmed the explosion. According to him, the cause of the incident was a mine laid by the road. There is no information about the casualties yet.
Earlier in Kabul on Dar-ul-Aman Avenue, near the Habibiye secondary school, a roadside bomb detonated. Five people were injured, no one was killed. Also, on November 23, a magnetic mine blew up the car of members of the radical Taliban movement ( a terrorist organization banned in Russia ). The explosions, during which at least six people died, occurred in the capital on November 15 and 17.
After a radical group came to power, terrorist attacks in the republic became more frequent. Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolai Patrushev said that events in the country could develop according to a catastrophic scenario if the authorities in Kabul are unable to normalize the situation there.