3 schoolgirls injured in Ghazni blast
GHAZNI CITY (PAN): Three schoolgirls were wounded by a remote-controlled bomb in the capital of southern Ghazni province on Wednesday morning, an official said.
A suspected attacker was killed by police after the blast in Ghazni City, the governor's spokesman, Fazal Rahman Sabawoon, told Pajhwok Afghan News.
The bomb -- attached to a bicycle -- exploded when the students were about to enter the Haidarabad School. Policemen identified the suspect and shot him dead, Sabawoon added.
A doctor at Ghazni Civil in Hospital confirmed received three injured girl and an employee of the school, which is located in a peaceful area western of the city.
No anyone has so far claimed responsibility for the explosion, the first attack on schoolgirls in Ghazni.
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