Special bombings in Afghanistan killed 10, injuring more than 40

Kabul: At least 10 people, including five women and one child, were killed and 41 wounded in three separate bombings in Afghanistan’s Kabul today.
The attacks took place while chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff of the United States, Marine General Joseph Dunford was in Kabul, where he met with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.
The first attack was carried out by a suicide bomber on a motorcycle that exploded this morning in front of a bus that transported employees of the Ministry of Mines, said a spokeswoman for the Ministry of Interior.
The suicide car bomber then hit the east in the Afghan capital. Local police have said the bomb was targeted by the forces of the international coalition.
A spokeswoman for the Interior Ministry said the third explosion was a small magnetic explosive device left near the scene of a bus attack that did not cause death. The Taliban have claimed responsibility for the attacks.

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