Kabul, Afghanistan - Jan 10, 2017
1. Ambulance passing by
2. Soldier directing traffic
3. Fire truck at blast site
4. Various of firefighters spraying water, clearing up blast site
5. Various of bloodstain
6. SOUNDBITE (Dari) Hamed (no full name given), Kabul resident:
"I was doing my business and suddenly heard a loud explosion. I got down and a lot of debris, iron debris and explosive debris flew past. It was very dangerous."
7. Various of residents outside restaurant
8. Various of residents, soldiers at blast site
9. Fire truck at blast site
At least 28 people were killed and 64 others wounded after two bombs went off near a government office along a busy road in the western part of Kabul on Tuesday, said the Afghan Interior Ministry.
The first bomb was triggered at the entrance of the government offices and the other was detonated in a car which was reportedly targeting a commuter bus carrying parliament staff.
An Afghan Interior Ministry spokesman said the dead included four police officers and 24 civilians. Afghan police blocked and cleared the blast site. Local residents near the area said they heard loud explosions and saw debris flying past.
"I was doing my business and suddenly heard a loud explosion. I got down and a lot of debris, iron debris and explosive debris flew past. It was very dangerous," said Hamed, a Kabul resident.
The Afghan Taliban claimed responsibility for the two suicide attacks. Just several hours before the explosions, Afghan National Security Forces announced that they shot dead 43 terrorists and arrested 30 terror suspects nationwide.