Afghan officials say a suicide blast near a military academy in Kabul early Tuesday killed at least six people, including four soldiers.
The bomber detonated explosives trapped to his body at a checkpoint near the entrance to the capital city’s Marshal Fahim Military Academy.
Interior Ministry spokesman Nasrat Rahimi said the blast injured at least 12 people, including both civilians and military personnel.
There were no immediate claims of responsibility for the attack but the military academy has been the target of suicide bombings in the past by the Taliban insurgency and Islamic State militants.
Tuesday’s violence came after around three months of a read more >>>