More than 20 Afghan civilians and military bleeding in attacks

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KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Three people, including dual military officers, were bleeding in a self-murder conflict Sunday in Afghanistan, while 21 other civilians were bleeding in a apart attack.

Zia Durani, orator for a military arch in southern Kandahar province, pronounced that a self-murder automobile bomber targeted a military checkpoint in a Daman district.

Elsewhere, 16 civilians were bleeding after a explosve dark nearby an electric hire exploded in eastern Kunar province, pronounced Gen. Abdul Habib Sayedkhaili, a provincial military chief.

Meanwhile 5 civilians were bleeding after a explosve trustworthy to a motorbike exploded in Aibak, a collateral of northern Samangan province, pronounced Sediq Azizi, orator for a governor.

No any organisation has immediately claimed shortcoming for a attacks.

In another news form eastern Paktia province, 5 military officers were killed late Saturday afternoon when their car was strike by a roadside explosve in a Zurmat district, pronounced Gen. Mohammad Zaman Khosti, emissary provincial military arch on Sunday.

Khosti combined that a officers were on their approach from Zurmat toward Gardez, a provincial capital, in a private car when they came underneath a attack.

Taliban insurgents have stepped adult their attacks on Afghan soldiers and military in new months, regulating roadside explosve attacks and self-murder attacks. Afghan confidence army are now only in assign of a open reserve opposite a nation after U.S. and NATO army rigourously finished their fight goal during a finish of final year.

Separately, hundreds of people, including supervision officials, collected in a collateral Kabul on Sunday to symbol a 4th anniversary of a assassination of former boss Burhanuddin Rabbani during an central rite underneath parsimonious security.

Rabbani was a conduct of a country’s high assent legislature when he was assassinated by a self-murder bomber posing a follower inside his home in Kabul in Sep 2011.

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