Rockets hit Kabul, leaving three wounded
AT-KABUL: At least three people were wounded after five rockets were fired into Kabul on Tuesday, Kabul official said — but there was no immediate claim of responsibility for the latest attack on capital city.
The rockets landed in residential area in 5th Police District, in the west of the city, said Kabul Police Spokesman, Hashmat Stanikzai. The firing started between 01:00pam and ended around 01:30.
One rocket smacked a residential house, leaving three injured, while four other rockets pitched hillside in surrounding area that have caused no casualty, the spokesman said.
Rockets had been fired from unknown locations, Stanikzai said, with deploying forces to find the lunch site.
Kabul Police Chief, Dawod Amin said few minutes after rocked attack, helicopters have flown to the suspected area to identify the site.
Though, Kabul police have said nothing over the target of the attack, but academy of police is located around the area where rockets were landing.
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