Afghanistan’s Currency Exchange Market Blast Wounds 10

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A blast at Afghanistan’s biggest currency exchange market in Kabul wounded at least ten people, including traders and visitors.

The blast at the Saray-e Shazada market was triggered by a hand grenade and the incident is under investigation, the interior affairs ministry said in a statement.

The hand grenade was thrown by a person who had “planned a robbery,” the ministry said.


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