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On first day of Ramadan, suicide bomber made explosion in Afghanistan, killing 14 people
16:38, 27 May 2017
On first day of Ramadan, suicide bomber made explosion in Afghanistan, killing 14 people

In the eastern province of Khost, a terrorist blew up a car near a football field

16:38, 27 May 2017

Reuters/Amaq

On the first day of Ramadan in Afghanistan, a suicide bomber arranged an explosion in a car near a football field, killing 14 people. Also, as a result of the fighting between militants and security forces, at least 36 people were killed. This is reported by Reuters.

According to information, in the eastern province of Khost, the terrorist blew up a car near the football field, which was near the military base. As a result of the explosion, at least 14 people were killed and 8 were injured.

"The bodies are not recognizable, and it's hard to say whether they are civilians or security forces," said Ghul Mohammaddin Mangal, the head of the public health department at Khost.

In addition, in the northwestern province of Badghis, militants attacked security forces in the area of Cadiz, killing six security forces servicemen, eight civilians. Also 22 militants were killed.

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