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Video: Kabul, Afghanistan Massive Car Bomb Blast Near Diplomatic Zone

Afghanistan Massive Car Bomb Blast Near Diplomatic Zone

Kabul, Afghanistan: A suicide car bombarding in Kabul killed atleast 80 people and injured more than 300 on Wednesday morning close to a diplomatic enclave, the most exceedingly awful assault in the Afghan capital since a strike on the nation's biggest military hospital in March in which 50 people passed on.

The correct nature of the blast close Zanbaq Square, a swarmed zone in the Afghan capital that prompts the presidential royal residence and additionally major foreign embassies, was not instantly clear. Almost four hours after the blast, tufts of smoke were all the while ascending from the scene as ambulances moved to hospitals. Many people held up outside the vast security cordon for news of their friends and family.


No terror group instantly asserted obligation regarding the blast yet but both the Taliban and ISIS have arranged extensive scale assaults in the Afghan capital before.


Basir Mujahid a representative for Kabul police, disclosed to news channels the blast had occurred near the German embassy however included it was "difficult to state what the correct target is".

There are numerous other key structures in the range, including the presidential palace and various international embassies, including the British. A few reports say the bomb was in a lorry or water tanker.

Inquiries will most likely be gotten some information about how an assault could target such an intensely strengthened zone. The zone is viewed as the most secure in the capital, with 3m (10ft) high blast walls.

Kabul Blast CCTV Footage



U.S. and Afghan forces have been fighting the Taliban insurrection for over 15 years. The United States now has more than 8,000 troops in Afghanistan, preparing nearby strengths and leading counter terrorism operations.