Mortar shells were fired in Afghanistan’s capital Kabul in the early hours of Saturday, in which at least one civilian was killed and the other injured. Interior Ministry spokesman Tariq Ariyan said two shells were fired in the premises of Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul. These shells were fired from the northern part of the capital and by a cart.
No one has taken responsibility for the attack immediately. Organizations affiliated to the Islamic State of Afghanistan have conducted similar attacks before. More than two dozen mortars were fired last month in which eight common people died and 31 were injured.
This organization affiliated with IS is known as ‘IS in Khorasan province’. It claimed responsibility for the attacks in Kabul in recent months.