A suicide bomber detonated a vehicle loaded with explosives near a foreign military convoy in Kabul, Afghanistan, on April 10, injuring at least three civilian officials, according to reports. TOLO News reported that no foreigners were injured, and said the Taliban had claimed responsibility for the attack.
The bombing came as the two other explosions occurred in the country on the same day. Another attack on a foreign convoy in Nangarhar left four dead, while 15 were killed in southeastern Ghazni province, according to Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty. The Ghazni bombing killed 12 members of a single family, including children, Khaama Press reported.
The footage here shows Afghan and US security forces attending to the scene of the bombing in Kabul. Credit: Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty