A high school in western Kabul was hit three times in a row on Tuesday. Six were killed and 11 were injured, according to Afghan security forces and health officials. Many in the area belong to the Shia Hazara group. The target of suspicion is any terrorist group belonging to the Sunni community.
The injured have already been taken to a local hospital. A nursing staffer said four people were killed and 14 were seriously injured. No terrorist group has so far claimed responsibility.
According to the Taliban, Afghanistan has been relatively safe since August. But according to experts, Kabul is still not free of terrorist attacks.