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At least 10 civilians killed in blasts in Kabul

At least 10 civilians have been killed in two explosions in the western part of the Afghan capital Kabul, security officials said.
Another 12 people were wounded in the separate explosions that targeted two minibuses, Kabul police said late on Tuesday evening.
There has been no claim of responsibility for the bombings.
Both Taliban and the Islamic State militants regularly carry out bombings in Afghanistan, which is facing a period of great uncertainty and insecurity as international troops withdraw.
US President Joe Biden announced that US troops will pull out by September 11, 2021, bringing to an end a military operation that began almost 20 years ago in the wake of the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington.
Since the withdrawal officially began on May 1, the Taliban have intensified attacks on provincial capitals, districts, bases and checkpoints. Tens of thousands of Afghans have been displaced in the past few weeks.

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