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No casualties reported as rockets hit empty house in Afghanistan

No casualties were reported after rockets hit an empty house in the Sherpur district of the Afghan capital Kabul on Sunday, the interior ministry said.

A deputy spokesman for the Taliban-led government’s interior ministry has confirmed an explosion has occurred in the city of Kabul, Toro News reported.

Tolo News said on Twitter: “

Earlier in the day, Tolo News reported that an explosion was heard in the Dehmazang district of Kabul city. And at that time the security officials did not say anything about this.

Meanwhile, another explosion occurred at the Kabul International Cricket Stadium this week during the Shpageeza cricket tournament, media reports said, injuring several people.

Videos of people panicking and trying to get to safety after the explosion have gone viral on social media.

Attacks in Afghanistan have increased since the Taliban took control of the country. Even the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) released a report earlier this month outlining the human rights situation in Afghanistan over the past ten months since the Taliban took over.

The report summarized UNAMA’s findings on civilian protection, extrajudicial killings, torture and ill-treatment, arbitrary arrest and detention, women’s and girls’ rights, fundamental freedoms, and conditions of detention in Afghanistan. Thing. The report also includes recommendations for both de facto authorities and the international community.

Despite a significant overall reduction in armed violence between mid-August 2021 and mid-June 2022, UNAMA recorded 2,106 civilian casualties.

According to the United Nations report, most of the civilian casualties were among ethnic and religious minority communities in schools, places of worship and places of worship, by armed groups calling themselves the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant-Khorasan province. It was due to a targeted attack on live their daily lives.

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