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(VIDEO) 20+ rocket attacks target Afghan Presidential palace during prayer ceremony

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Rockets were launched and landed in at least four different parts of Kabul, Afghanistan, today, in the diplomatic area and near the presidential palace while President Ashraf Ghani was speaking at an Eid prayer ceremony.

#UPDATE ROCKET ATTACK – MoI spokesman Najib Danish says attack has possibly ended as security forces conducting clearing operations. He says rockets landed in 4 different parts of #Kabul – PD1, PD2, PD10 and PD16 – which is in the city center. #Afghanistan pic.twitter.com/mjCmDrNCt5

— TOLOnews (@TOLOnews) August 21, 2018

Two people were reportedly injured and two “insurgents” killed after the attack, according to RT News.

Footage of the blasts can be seen here:

Remnants from at least 20 rockets were recovered, police told Tolo News in Afghanistan.

#Kabul – Police confirm they have so far recovered remnants of 20 rockets in Kabul city that were launched by insurgents this morning #Afghanistan

— TOLOnews (@TOLOnews) August 21, 2018

No one has taken responsibility for the attack yet.

The Taliban on Monday rejected a cease-fire offer from the government.

Instead, the terrorist group vowed more attacks, and Taliban fighters seized nearly 200 hostages on Monday.

Most of the hostages were later released, but local elders are still trying to negotiate the release of the remaining hostages, it was reported by Radio Free Europe.

The proposed cease-fire would have been for three months, as long as the Taliban agreed to it.

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