About 14 rockets struck the Afghan capital on Tuesday as the country marking the 101st anniversary of its independence.

About 14 rockets struck the Afghan capital on Tuesday as the country marking the 101st anniversary of its independence.
Tariq Arian, a spokesman for the Ministry of Interior affairs, said that 14 rockets were fired at around 09:35 am towards first, second, tenth and sixteenth districts of Kabul on Tuesday morning.
“Most rockets hit residential homes. Unfortunately, 10 people, including four children and a woman were injured,” he added.

No group or individual has claimed responsibility so far, but 2 were arrested in regards to the issue.
This comes as Afghanistan is marking the 101st anniversary of its Independence.


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