Taliban attack in Kabul leaves dozens of students injured: MoE

By: The Kabul Times

KABUL: More than 50 students injured in a suicide car bombing claimed by the Taliban on Monday, the Ministry of Education said in a statement.
The attack happened yesterday morning in PD16 of Kabul City targeting a military logistic center. According to the MoE, all of the students are belonging to two private schools located near to the site of the incident.
The students injured after the windows of the schools were smashed as a result of the blast. All the students were in a stable health condition.
The blast shattered the windows of five nearby schools in PD16 and PD9 areas of the City, the statement added. The Education Ministry called on warring parties to respect the safety of students, teachers, schools, and staff members of the ministry. The Afghan government and the U.S. embassy in Kabul condemned the attack.

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