Days after the explosion at the education centre in Kabul, there was another explosion in a Hazara-populated area.

A new explosion occurred in the western area of Afghan capital on Monday . The explosion occurred in the Pul-e-Sukhta area, near the Shahid Mazari Road .

KABUL (AFGHANISTAN) — Days after a bombing in Kabul at a school in Kabul killed over 40 people, a new explosion occurred in the western area of Afghan capital on Monday, targeting another Hazara-populated area.According to the Khaama Press news agency, the explosion occurred in the Pul-e-Sukhta area, near the Shahid Mazari Road.According to the story, the explosion occurred in the west of Kabuls PD 6 at around 2 p.m.According to reports, the explosion in the Shaheed Mazari area was caused by a Hazara-populated area.

The Taliban has yet to issue a statement on the attack.The explosion occurred as the UN mission reported that the death toll from a suicide bombing at the Kaaj Educational Center in Kaaj increased to 43.The casualty rate in Friday's college bombing in the Hazara neighborhood is expected to rise even higher.The human toll from Friday's college bombings in the #Hazara neighborhood of Afghanistan's capital is growing.

The risk of injury is likely to increase even higher.A UN mission in Afghanistan tweeted that UNAMA human rights teams in Kabul are continuing to monitor the verification process.According to various media reports, about 100 students at the institute were killed in the attack, but UNAMA said that its human rights staff in Kabul are working to establish an accurate picture of the college attack in the Hazara neighborhood.Hundreds of women from the minority Hazara sect protested in Kabul on Saturday against the terror attack at the Kaaj Educational Center in Kabul.

This explosion comes a few days after a blast in Kabul near Wazir Akbar Khan that sparked worldwide outrage was announced.The most recent attack outside the Russian Embassy in Kabul was also condemned in the strongest terms.Following the ouster of the US-backed civilian government in Afghanistan last year, the Taliban completed one year of its rule.According to human rights organizations, the Taliban has broken several pledges to protect human and female rights.

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