KABUL (Web Desk) – Three explosions shook district of Kabul, near key ministries, embassies and residences. The attack comes a week after a suicide bombing in the area, and amidst a surge in Taliban violence.
Local police that missiles hit Massoud Square, adjacent to the well-fortified US embassy, and another landed in Shirpur Square, close to the sprawling presidential complex.
A third rocket detonated further away from the heart of the city, RT reported.
Authorities have not revealed where the missiles were fired from, or who was behind the attack.
Earlier on Monday, a Taliban suicide bomber on a motorcycle detonated a bomb, killing six NATO personnel and wounding six more at the Bagram base, north of the Afghan capital.