The college in Dasht-e-Barchi – a Hazara Shia neighbourhood – was hit by three blasts, police say.
A boys’ college in western Kabul’s Dasht-e-Barchi neighbourhood has been hit by blasts, inflicting casualties, police within the Afghan capital say.
Tuesday’s blasts occurred as college students had been popping out of their morning lessons on the Abdul Rahim Shahid highschool, a witness instructed the AFP information company.
Many residents within the neighbourhood belong to the Shia Hazara group, an ethnic and non secular minority regularly focused by ISIL (ISIS) assaults previously.
“Three blasts have taken place … in a highschool, there are some casualties to our Shia folks,” mentioned Khalid Zadran, the spokesman for Kabul police.
The pinnacle of a hospital nursing division, who declined to be named, instructed Reuters information company a minimum of 4 folks had been killed and 14 wounded within the blasts.
Al Jazeera nevertheless, has not been capable of independently verify the casualty determine.
There was no speedy declare of accountability for the assault, which adopted a lull in violence over the chilly winter months and after overseas forces withdrew final yr.
Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers say they’ve secured the nation since taking energy in August, however worldwide officers and analysts say the danger of a rebel stays.
Lots of the assaults previously a number of months have been claimed by ISIL.