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Rocket attack at former Afghan president Karzai rally

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Rocket attack at former Afghan president Karzai rally

Rocket attack at former Afghan president Karzai rally

A live camera crew at a Kabul political rally records fleeing crowds and confusion as multiple rocket strikes landed nearby.

At least one person was killed and several wounded.

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Rocket attack at former Afghan president Karzai rally

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Several rocket attacks have been fired at a political rally in Kabul attended by former Afghan president Hamid Karzai and presidential candidate Mohammad Hanif Atmar.

A camera crew for Afghanistan's TOLO News was reporting live from the rally captured fleeing crowds and panic during the attack.

At least 10 explosions were heard, according to the media outlet.

The state health ministry says at least one person was killed and 16 wounded, including several of Mohammad Hanif Atmar's security detail.

The interior ministry said at a suspect was arrested and security forces had surrounded several others.

There was no immediate claim of responsibility.

The gathering was for the anniversary of the death of Abdul Ali Mazari, a Shi'ite Muslim Hazara minority leader who died in 1995 after being taken prisoner by the Taliban.




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