Peace in Kabul the capital of Afghanistan was once again disrupted by a blast on Tuesday despite no losses of life and property so far reported according to authorities, causing panic among the war-weary Afghan people.
The blast, according to the Interior Ministry, took place at 09:40 a.m. local time when an improvised explosive device placed in a vase put on the Darul Aman road went off, causing no casualties.
In the meantime, eyewitnesses as well as the local media outlet Ariana News said five people including security personnel were injured.
No group has claimed responsibility for the blast so far. Islamic State (IS)-affiliated militants who were involved in several terror attacks in November, including the blast targeting the military hospital in Kabul leaving 15 dead and 34 wounded have yet to make comments.
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