A truck packed with explosives blew up near a court in the eastern Afghan city of Gardez on Thursday, killing at least five people in an attack claimed by Taliban militants, SI reports referring to TRT World.
The explosion comes two days after at least 56 people were killed in attacks elsewhere in the country, including women and newborn babies, dealing a setback to peace plans in the war–ravaged nation.Taliban spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid in a statement said the rebel group was responsible for the attack.
Emal Khan Momand, a military spokesman in Paktia province where Gardez is located, said the attack was carried out by a truck packed with explosives. Five people were killed and 14 were wounded, he said.
Arian blamed the militant Haqqani network, which has ties to Taliban rebels and the Pakistan-based Lashkar–e–Taiba militant group. These groups rarely publicly claim responsibility for attacks.
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