More than 20 shells exploded in the Afghan capital, including near the Green Zone, where embassies and international offices are located.
A rocket attack on Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, killed eight people and wounded another 30. This was reported by Euronews on Saturday, November 21.
The explosions thundered in several densely populated areas in the city center. More than 20 shells exploded, including near the Green Zone, where embassies and international offices are located.
At the same time, one of the missiles fell on the territory of the Iranian embassy, but there were no casualties.
In turn, the local authorities said that the Taliban was behind the attack, but their representatives denied this. According to AP, an Islamic State cell took responsibility for the shelling.
Several rockets hit residential areas in #Afghanistan's capital #Kabul today, killing at least three civilians and wounding a dozen more.— Binoy вњ‹ (@Binoy_R) November 21, 2020
The heart breaking mindless violence that continues to traumatise them.
These brave souls deserve peace & normal conflict-free country. pic.twitter.com/iMQFOPKtay
Recall that earlier in Afghanistan, the Taliban attacked a military base, killing 14 security officials. Another 12 Afghan soldiers were injured. At the same time, the security forces eliminated at least ten Taliban.