AT-KABUL: Three civilians on Thursday were injured in a magnet-bomb blast in third jurisdiction of Kabul city, said police.
Spokesman to Kabul police, Baseer Mujahid, told Afghanistan Times that the blast took place on Thursday morning in third jurisdiction of the capital city. The injured men were civilians and had minor injuries.
The magnet bomb was fixed to a Corolla-model car owned by a civilian.
No group has taken responsibility.
The spokesman said that it was a terror attack aimed to create fears among the people. The investigation team has launched the probe, but no arrested was made.