More than a dozen people were killed after a vehicle laden with explosives was detonated outside government buildings in Firoz Koh, the capital of Afghanistan’s Ghor Province, on October 18, Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty (RFE/RL) reported.
At least 100 people were wounded in the attack. The Ministry of Interior said the incident happened around 11 am local time when a Toyota Corolla-brand vehicle detonated close to the police headquarters and government offices for women, martyrs and disabled affairs, Tolo News reported
Afghan authorities believed the Taliban was behind the blast, RFE/RL reported. Credit: RFE/RL via Storyful