On the first day of Ramadan in Afghanistan, about fifty people were killed: a suicide bomber blew up a car, and clashes occurred between the country's security forces and militants, the Reuters agency informed.
Reportedly, in the Khost province in Afghanistan, the terrorist activated a bomb in a car, near the military base. As a result, at least 14 people were killed.
The Head of the security department of Khost Gul Mohammaddin Mangal, said that 8 more people were being treated in the hospital:
“The bodies can not be identified, and it is difficult to say whether they are civilians or members of the security forces.”
It is also known that in the northwestern province of Badghis, terrorists attacked security forces in the area of Cadiz. In the confrontation, 22 militants, 6 security forces and 8 civilians were killed.
Reuters emphasizes that the number of attacks increased on the eve of Ramadan.
Earlier, Egyptian air force fighters hit military bases in eastern Libya in response to an attack on a bus with a group of Christian Copts.