Official: A roadside bomb blast in eastern Afghanistan killed nine people

A roadside bomb killed nine people in eastern Afghanistan on Saturday, a local official said. A local official said.

 

Official: A roadside bomb blast in eastern Afghanistan killed nine people

A second roadside bomb killed two police officers when it collided with their vehicle, which was paving the way for the victims of the first blast, Ghazni Province police spokesman Ahmad Khan Seerat said.

 

Sierra added that several others were injured’ in the bombings and that, the attacks were being’ investigated.

 

No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks. A provincial police spokesperson claimed the Taliban had planted the bomb.

 

Violence escalated between the Taliban and Afghan forces as peace talks began in Doha to end decades of war in Afghanistan and beyond.


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