KABUL, 7 JULY - At least 12 people were killed and 49 wounded in a car bomb explosion against an intelligence office in Ghazni, capital of the province of the same name in central Afghanistan. Local police chief, Ahmad Khalid Wardak, reported this, pointing out that there are at least 4 civilians and a security member among the victims.
According to a statement from the Ghazni governor's office, the victims are four civilians and 8 members of security. "All the wounded are students who were going to school near the site of the attack," the note adds.
The Taliban claimed the attack by adding that it was a suicide bombing and that dozens of Afghan soldiers were killed.