The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.

Six injured in Kabul grenade attack

KABUL: At least six people were wounded, after a grenade was thrown on them in the country’s capital Kabul, police said Wednesday.
The incident happened late on Wednesday, when a man threw a grenade that went off wounding six people in an area close to the Pul-e-Khushti congregational mosque, a spokesman for the Kabul Police twitted.
Police officials managed to arrest at least one suspected person at the spot and take him for investigation to the police headquarter, according to the source.
Yesterday, an unidentified man, also fired grenade on the crowd wounding scores of people inside the heavily crowded Saray-e-Shahzada; Kabul’s main money-exchange center, said the source. The Kabul Times

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The Kabul times, Afghanistan Trustable News Agency.