Kabul Bombing Victims
By: Legacy Staff
2 years ago
At least 28 people were killed and more than 320 people injured Tuesday in a suicide bombing near the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, according to multiple news sources.
The blast struck near the Afghan Ministry of Defense and just a few hundred yards from the Afghan presidential palace and NATO's local headquarters, according to reports. The victims were reportedly civilians in a densely populated neighborhood near Afghan military buildings.
A suicide car bomber caused the blast, according to a spokesman for the Interior Ministry.
Although people at the U.S. Embassy reported hearing the loud explosion, the embassy was not affected.
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