Rickshaw bomb kills 15 kids, injures 20 in Afghanistan
Millennium Post Delhi|Delhi 19 December 2020
The bomb went off after a man driving a motorized rickshaw entered a village in the Gilan district to sell goods and was soon surrounded by kids

No one immediately claimed responsibility for the attack and Jumazada said an investigation was underway into why children were targeted

KABUL: A bomb rigged to a rickshaw killed at least 15 children and wounded 20 others in a Taliban-controlled area in eastern Afghanistan on Friday, a provincial official said, as violence in the war-weary country continued to surge.

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