Five people killed in roadside bomb attacks in eastern Afghanistan

Kabul, October 20, Afghan government officials confirmed on the 20th that two roadside bomb attacks occurred in the eastern province of Wardak, killing 5 civilians and injuring 9. Two roadside bombs exploded in a short period of time on a road in the galirez area on the morning of the day of receiving power lines, killing 5 civilians and injuring 9 people. The injured have been taken to a hospital in Maidan, capital of Wardak Province, for treatment. < p > < p > Sharif Zai accused the armed men of planting the two roadside bombs. At present, there is no response. Afghanistan often uses roadside bombs to attack Afghan security forces and NATO coalition forces in Afghanistan, and many civilians suffer as a result. According to a report released in July by the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission, 1213 civilians were killed and 1774 injured in various conflicts in the first half of this year.