20:52 GMT12 June 2021
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    MOSCOW (Sputnik) - A roadside bomb has hit a passenger bus in the central Afghan province of Parwan, the second such incident in the past 24 hours, the broadcaster TOLOnews reported on Monday, citing health officials.

    The blast took place in the Pul-e-Matak area of Parwan on Monday morning, killing two civilians and injuring nine others, TOLOnews said.

    Earlier in the day, a local source told Sputnik that another roadside bomb had exploded in the southern province of Zabul, targeting a passenger bus. The incident resulted in the deaths of over a dozen people. According to local media, another 41 people were injured.

    No group, including the Taliban, has claimed responsibility for the attacks so far.

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    roadside bomb, bus accident, bus accident, explosions, explosion, Explosion, explosion, Afghanistan, Afghan War
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