International airport in Afghan capital under rocket attacks - media

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Kabul International Airport suffered from rocket attacks today. This was reported TASS, citing the Afghan Press agency KHaama, the Voice of Russia reported.

Preliminary reports suggest a number of rockets landed near Kabul airport and a number of people were injured following the attack.

The security officials have not commented regarding the incident so far.

In the meantime, a security official said a rocket fired from Dehsabz area, landed close to the vicinity of the airport.

Last time Kabul Airport was attacked by the Taliban on May 12, marking the start of large-scale "summer offensive", whose objectives were the state institutions and facilities of the security forces. Then two rockets landed on a runway that led to the suspension of all flights.

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