Source Pravda.Ru

20 bombs dropped on Kabul. Once again, Red Cross buildings are destroyed

During the US aircraft’s attacks on Kabul, 20 bombs were dropped. The aircraft’s strikes were delivered on an airport situated near to Vazir Akbar Khan residential area as well as on the residential area “Microdistrict." It is being reported that on one of the targets in Afghan capital, eight bombs have been dropped. There is no information about victims yet. According to TV station’s report, in Kabul, a large fire at the Red Cross’s storehouse, bombed for the second time since October 7, is still continuing.

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