3 explosions target Taliban vehicles in eastern Afghanistan

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A series of three explosions targeted cars belonging toTaliban In the capital of Nangarhar province, eastern Afghanistan, today, Saturday, according to eyewitnesses.

And left those explosions, according to what was reported by the Associated Press, at least three people were killed and 20 wounded.

While it was not immediately clear whether there were Taliban officials among the dead and wounded.

New movement enemy

While no one immediately claimed responsibility for the attacks in the city of Jalalabad, ISIS, which is considered one of the movement’s new enemies, is based in eastern Afghanistan.

In the capital, Kabul, police officials reported that a sticky bomb exploded in the morning, injuring two people.

Taliban fighters on a street in Kabul (archive - AFP)

Taliban fighters on a street in Kabul (archive – AFP)

Meanwhile, local Tolo TV quoted eyewitnesses as saying that the explosion was caused by an improvised explosive device.

Alert in the capital

This explosion comes at a time when the country in general, and the capital in particular, is experiencing an atmosphere of security alert and tension, amid the spread of the Taliban movement, which took control of the country and entered the capital in the middle of last month.

And she was Cable saw on August 26Two bloody attacks left dozens dead and wounded, including 13 American soldiers. The first explosion took place in the vicinity of the airport, while the second explosion rocked a hotel near Hamid Karzai Airport as well.

Later, ISIS claimed responsibility for the two bloody attacks, which killed more than 100 people and wounded.





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