A powerful blast in the Afghan capital, Kabul, has injured two Taliban commanders.

According to Afghan media, a loud explosion took place in Mujahidin Bazaar of Kabul, the sound of which was heard in remote areas of the city.

A spokesman for the Kabul Police Command, General Mubeen, said two Islamic Emirate officials were injured in the blast near Mujahideen Bazaar in Kabul.

According to him, the incident took place due to a landmine blast in which a group of the Islamic Emirate was targeted.

A few days ago, two people were injured in an explosion in Kotai Sangi area of ​​Kabul. A roadside mine on Cello Highway was detonated as an urban vehicle passed by.

It should be noted that 150 people, including 13 American soldiers, were killed in a bomb blast at Kabul Airport in August this year.

Sardar Dawood Hospital has also been targeted in the past. In 2017, 30 people were killed and 50 injured in an attack on Dawood Hospital. ISIS also claimed responsibility for the attack.

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