An Afghan police spokesman says a bombing in Kabul has killed two lecturers at the Kabul University
KABUL, Afghanistan — An explosion in the Afghan capital on Thursday killed two lecturers at the Kabul University, after a bomb attached to the car they were traveling in went off, a police spokesman said.
The attack took place around noon near the university, said Kabul police spokesman Ferdaws Faramarz. No group immediately claimed responsibility for the bombing.
The two lecturers, Mubasher Muslimyar and Marouf Rasikh, taught at the university’s Islamic studies faculty, according to an Afghan official who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to talk to the media.
Two years ago, Muslimyar had been briefly arrested by the Afghan intelligence agency over allegations of promoting militant propaganda by the Islamic State group among university…
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