Casualties Reported After Kabul High School Targeted With Explosives

Taliban police spokesperson Khalid Zadran said six people were killed in a series of explosions at a high school in the Dasht-e-Barchi area of Kabul, Afghanistan, on April 19.

Zadran tweeted that at least 11 people were injured in addition to the fatalities, and said security forces were at the scene at Abdul Rahim Shaheed High School.

Local news website Etilaatroz described the incident as a suicide attack, and said another explosion with injuries was also reported that morning at Mumtaz school in western Kabul.

This video, which shows the scene outside the high school, was recorded by Nasim Mohammadi. Credit: Nasim Mohammadi via Storyful

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