At least 2 wounded in bombing of Afghan military in Kabul
An Afghan official says at least two people have been wounded in a bombing that targeted the Afghan military in the capital, Kabul.
Monday's attack took place in the main square near the U.S. Embassy and the country's Supreme Court.
Faredoon Obiadi, chief of the police's criminal investigations department, says an army officer is one of the two wounded.
He says a so-called sticky bomb was attached to a military vehicle and caused the explosion. No group claimed yet responsibility for the bombing.