Kabul, Jan 6: At least three Afghan security forces were wounded in a bomb attack in eastern side of Kabul on Sunday, an Interior Ministry spokesman said.  

"A sticky bomb struck a military vehicle in surrounding areas of Police District 16 at 07:30 a.m. local time. The blast caused three security forces injured," spokesman Najib Danish said.

The injured were shifted to a hospital as they did not receive life-threatening wounds, he added.

No group has yet to claim responsibility for the attack.

Over the past a few months, Afghanistan, especially Kabul, has witnessed waves of terror attacks by the Islamic State (IS) and Taliban insurgents.

Last month, 47 people were killed and 27 others wounded after five gunmen attacked two government offices near a diplomatic district in central Kabul.  

 

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