Four people, including three civilians, were killed and four wounded in an explosion Friday morning at the entrance to Kabul University in the Afghan capital, police said.
The agency quoted "local news" local police said the explosion was carried out by a device planted improvised explosive device planted in the region.
According to the agency, the bombing occurred near a place where a number of students gathered waiting for the start of the examination and witnesses said that the fire caught two cars located near the site of the bombing.
Eyewitnesses said that two vehicles have fire fire following an explosion near the Kabul University in Police District 3 of the city. A number of students were waiting outside the university when the blast happened, sources said. pic.twitter.com/Jtn6q4WNty
– TOLOnews (@TOLOnews) July 19, 2019
In turn, other local media reported that the number of victims of the bombing was 6 dead and 26 injured.
– Pajhwok Afghan News (@pajhwok) July 19, 2019
Earlier, the agency "Reuters" that the bombing killed two people and wounded 10 people, were taken to hospital.
The incident comes a day after 12 people were killed and more than 80 injured in a Taliban attack targeting a police headquarters in the southern city of Kandahar.