At least 9 killed as 3 bombs strike minibuses in Afghan metropolis: police | World News

The bombs had been positioned on three minibuses in completely different districts of the town,” Balkh provincial police spokesman Asif Waziri informed AFP.

Three bombs tore by minibuses in Afghanistan’s northern metropolis of Mazar-i-Sharif on Wednesday, killing at least 9 individuals, police stated.

“The bombs were placed on three minibuses in different districts of the city,” Balkh provincial police spokesman Asif Waziri informed AFP, including that 15 different individuals had been wounded.

Another bomb exploded inside a mosque in the capital Kabul late on Wednesday, killing at least two individuals and wounding 10 others, the inside ministry stated.

The ministry stated the bomb was positioned inside a fan in the mosque.

No group has up to now claimed the 4 bomb assaults on Wednesday.

The variety of bomb assaults have dropped throughout the nation because the Taliban seized energy final year in August, however a number of cities had been rocked by bombings throughout the holy month of Ramadan.

Dozens of civilians had been killed in Ramadan in the primarily sectarian assaults — some claimed by the Islamic State group.

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