In the capital of Afghanistan on Saturday, a powerful explosion thundered, as a result of which two people were killed and four were injured.
A spokesman for the Kabul Police Department, Ferdevs Faramarz, said the attack took place in the capital’s Karte-i Nev district.
None of the groups have yet claimed responsibility for the explosion.
Fierce fighting continues in various provinces of the country amid uncertainty in the peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban. Since the end of June, Taliban detachments have ensured control over almost the entire border strip with Uzbekistan and Tajikistan.
One of the main attacks of the Taliban in recent days has been in the province of Ghazni in the southwest of the country.
In addition, the Taliban are stepping up pressure on the provinces of Badakhshan, Takhar, Geran and Badghis.
At the same time, the Afghan Interior Ministry reported that over the past three weeks, the Taliban had been driven out of 14 counties in the country.
According to Anadolu correspondents, 150 out of 407 districts in Afghanistan are currently under Taliban control, while the Taliban themselves report 205 occupied areas.
At the same time, for the first time in recent years, the Taliban attacked the administrative center of the province in Afghanistan (Badghis).
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