As a result of terrorist attacks in Afghanistan, six people were killed and more than a hundred wounded.

“In the evening November 10, the German Consulate was attacked in the Afghan city of Mazar-e-Sharif. The explosions resulted in  at least six victims, more than 120 are wounded,”  Deutsche Welle reports, citing DPA.
According to recent reports, there were no German citizens among the victims, who were mainly Afghans. According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany, employees of the German Consulate were "safe and sound".

The attack involved two mined cars. The building of the diplomatic mission is severely damaged.
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier convened an emergency meeting of the Crisis Staff in Berlin. Reportedly, the German diplomatic mission personnel is safe.

Islamist group "Taliban" took over the responsibility for the attack in Mazar-e-Sharif . They called it a revenge for the death of their people due to the recent NATO air bombing of Kunduz province, which killed about 30 civilians.

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