Bombings and gunfire hit the Afghan capital

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Danish said the attack ended at around 6:30pm after all attackers were gunned down by government forces.

A senior official at the Indian embassy confirmed that one blast took place outside a travel company's office and many security guards were injured.

The other two bombers blew themselves up at the entrance to a police station in the city centre. Three suicide bombers struck two police stations in Afghanistan's capital on Wednesday, wounding at least six people, officials said. He mentioned one other 4 different civilians have been killed and 15 wounded in a gunbattle in the identical district, wherein two insurgents have been killed and 7 wounded.

The first and second attacks were later claimed by ISIS and Taliban respectively.

Health ministry spokesman Waheed Majroh said one person was killed in the west Kabul attack and six others wounded.

Multiple blasts hit PD13, PD10 Police Headquarters in Dasht-e-Barchi area in Kabul City on Wednesday afternoon.

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Islamic State claimed responsibility on Wednesday for an attack on a police compound in the Afghan capital Kabul, the group's Amaq news agency reported.

Taliban militants in the latest achievements overrun the statically important Tala-o-Barfak district in the northern Baghlan province on Tuesday night putting the government forces into defensive positions. He says there was sporadic gunfire after the blast, as a "cleanup operation" is underway.

Last week there was twin suicide attack which killed at least 25 people, including 10 journalists.

An Afghan lawmaker says Taliban fighters have captured a second remote district compound in two days.

After an easing of attacks in Kabul in February, Taliban and IS militants have stepped up raids in the city in recent months. He mentioned the Taliban additionally captured a number of villages close by.

However, the Afghan Intelligence - National Directorate of Security - said that the notorious Haqqani terrorist network was involved in the coordinated attacks.