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At Least Seven People Killed in Back-To-Back Explosions

At least seven people were killed in two explosions in Kabul city early Monday morning, local officials confirmed.

In addition, 20 others were wounded.

The first explosion happened at about 8am local time in Shashdarak area of Kabul city after a suicide bomber on a motorbike detonated his explosives close to an National Directorate of Security (NDS) department, a spokesman for Ministry of Interior (MoI) confirmed.

The second explosion happened at the scene of the first explosion about 20 minutes later after emergency personnel and journalists arrived in the area.

Officials have not provided further details.

TOLOnews reporter Gulabuddin Ghubar who was at the scene of the second explosion said at least one journalist was killed and two others were wounded.

“The second blast happened while journalists and cameramen were busy covering the area,” Ghubar said, adding that “there are no reports of the identity of the journalist who killed in the blast yet.”

No group including the Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack so far.

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At Least Seven People Killed in Back-To-Back Explosions

TOLOnews reporter who was at the scene said journalists were among the casualties in the second explosion.

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At least seven people were killed in two explosions in Kabul city early Monday morning, local officials confirmed.

In addition, 20 others were wounded.

The first explosion happened at about 8am local time in Shashdarak area of Kabul city after a suicide bomber on a motorbike detonated his explosives close to an National Directorate of Security (NDS) department, a spokesman for Ministry of Interior (MoI) confirmed.

The second explosion happened at the scene of the first explosion about 20 minutes later after emergency personnel and journalists arrived in the area.

Officials have not provided further details.

TOLOnews reporter Gulabuddin Ghubar who was at the scene of the second explosion said at least one journalist was killed and two others were wounded.

“The second blast happened while journalists and cameramen were busy covering the area,” Ghubar said, adding that “there are no reports of the identity of the journalist who killed in the blast yet.”

No group including the Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack so far.

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