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Kabul blast: 1 killed, 14 injured

Kabul blast: 1 killed, 14 injured”

More than 300 armed insurgents have been killed elsewhere in the conflict-strife Afghanistan over the past week as government forces have increased military pressure against militants, the Interior Ministry said on Saturday.

Another interior ministry spokesperson, Nasrat Rahimi, said that it was not clear if there were foreign casualties following the blast.

No one has claimed responsibility for the explosion that went off near Australian embassy vehicles as they travelled in the Afghanistan capital. The combing which targeted the convoy of foreign troops disrupted activities in the eastern part of Kabul on Friday.

Residents of the area where the explosion occurred, also reported significant damage to nearby homes.

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At the blast site in the Qabil Bay neighbourhood, blood pooled on the pavement amid rubble in front of a destroyed building.

No group immediately claimed the attack, which is the latest to hit Kabul, one of the deadliest places in Afghanistan for civilians as both the Taliban and the expanding Daesh group step up their assaults on the city.

At least four people were injured after a suicided bomber reportedly attempted to target a convoy of foreign workers in Kabul on Friday.

President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani says peace is a desire of the government and nation but he insisted that the Afghan forces should always be ready for the legitimate self defense and to suppress the enemies of the country.

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"We fully endorse President Ghani's call for the Taliban to join the peace process, " said Captain Tom Gresback, a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation spokesman.

Security in the capital has been tightened amid fears of more attacks.

Ms Bishop has confirmed embassy staff escaped unharmed but said she was "deeply concerned" about the safety of all people in the area. There was no information on the fate of the others.

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