Car bomb explosion hits foreign advisors' vehicle in Kabul
Seven Afghan people were killed and 10 people, including four foreign nationals, were wounded in a car bomb targeting foreign advisors' vehicle in Kabul on Wednesday.
Noting that children were among the dead and injured, spokesman of Interior Ministry Nasrat Rahimi wrote on twitter: "The car bomb struck a vehicle belonging to a foreign security company named GardaWorld. As a result, seven Afghan civilians were martyred and 10 people, including four foreign nationals, were wounded."
The explosion took place in Sarak-e-Qasim locality of Qasaba neighborhood near Afghan Interior Ministry building during the morning.
No group has claimed responsibility for the explosion.