At least 25 people were killed in several explosions this morning in the vicinity of some schools in Kabul, according to the Aamak News agency cited by the Russian Tass.
The most fatalities occurred after two consecutive blasts outside Abdul Rahim Shahid High School in the western part of the city.
Khalid Zadran, a spokesman for the Taliban police in Kabul, said there were three explosions in the western part of the Afghan capital, all near schools. In particular, he said on Twitter, near Abdul Rahim Shahid High School “they caused casualties among our Shiite brothers.” A large Hazara community lives in the neighborhood.
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