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At least four dead following series of explosions in Afghanistan

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Mohammad Asif Waziri, spokesman for the chief of Balkh province, mentioned that no less than 4 individuals had been killed and greater than 10 had been wounded within the blasts.

The primary explosion focused a minivan in police district 10 of town, adopted a short while later by a second explosion in the identical space.

In a separate incident on Wednesday, an explosion detonated inside a mosque throughout night prayer in Kabul’s 4th police district.

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Preliminary reviews mentioned no less than two civilians had been barely wounded within the incident, in keeping with Khalid Zadran, spokesman for the chief of Kabul police.

Thus far there have been no claims of accountability for any of Wednesday’s assaults.

On April 21, an explosion at a Shia mosque in Mazar-i-Sharif killed no less than 10 and injured 32.

ISIS affiliate group ISIS-Okay claimed accountability for the April assault in Mazar-i-Sharif, in keeping with statements shared on Telegram channels and SITE Intelligence Group.

The next week, no less than 10 individuals had been killed and 30 wounded after an explosion at a mosque within the capital Kabul after Friday prayers. Earlier in April, no less than six individuals had been killed and 11 others, after multiple explosions rocked a high school and academic heart in western Kabul.