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Massive Blast and Gunfire near Kabul University Campus

Last month, the Islamic State sent a suicide bomber to a teaching center in the capital's Shia-dominated Dasht-e-Barchi, killing 24 students.

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Published on 2 Nov 2020 8:33 AM GMT

Massive Blast and Gunfire near Kabul University Campus
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Kabul: There are reports of firing at Kabul University in Afghanistan. According to officials, the police have surrounded this huge complex. At the moment there is no immediate information about anyone being injured. Interior Ministry spokesman Tariq Arian told that the firing continued.

Gunfire in Kabul University:

No organization claimed responsibility for the attack. Last month, the Islamic State sent a suicide bomber to a teaching center in the capital's Shia-dominated Dasht-e-Barchi, killing 24 students.

“Gunshots still can be heard in the area but security forces have blocked it off,” Ministry of Interior spokesman Tariq Arian said. “We don’t know whether we are dealing with a coordinated attack or something else.” he said.

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'Almost all students have now left,” Nahid, a student who asked that only her first name be used for security reasons, Source said.

Many Blasts in Kabul:

Explain that last year, eight people lost their lives in the bomb blast at the same university gate. In 2016, gunmen attacked an American university in Kabul, killing 13 people.

There was a terrorist attack on a Sikh religious complex in Kabul. The interior ministry said that unidentified gunmen and suicide bombers opened fire in the morning. 11 people were killed and many were injured in the attack.

2018 blast in Kabul:

Earlier in 2018, an explosion near the Polytechnic University in Kabul killed fourteen people and injured 17 others. The fatwa was then issued against suicide attacks in Afghanistan. This attack was carried out in protest against him. A group of 2,000 religious scholars or clerics were gathered at the university at the time of the incident.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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