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Afghanistan: 3 killed in a bombing, including the provincial governor

A Taliban police official reported that a bomb in Mazar-e Sharif, Afghanistan, on Thursday killed a provincial governor nominated by the Taliban and two other people.

According to Mohammad Asif Waziri, the Taliban-appointed spokesman for the regional police head, the explosion that took place inside the governor’s office in Mazar-e Sharif, the capital of the Balkh province, killed Daud Muzmal and two other people.

The principal Taliban government spokesman, Zabihullah Mujahid, stated that an investigation has started but did not disclose any further information.

Although no one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack, the Taliban’s main adversary is the provincial branch of the Islamic State organization known as the Islamic State in Khorasan Province.

After the Taliban seized control of the nation in August 2021, the militant group increased its attacks there. Taliban patrols and Afghanistan’s military personnel have been among the targets.

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(The IBC NewsTV team may have changed just the report’s headline and cover image; the remaining text was created automatically from a syndicated feed.)

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