Suicide bombing at Kabul cricket stadium during Afghanistan T20 Tournament

All participants were hurried into a bunker after the bombing in Afghanistan. The explosion occurred during a game between the Band-e-Amir Dragons and the Pamir Zalmi.

During the Shpageeza Cricket League T20, a suicide bombing occurred at the Kabul International Cricket Stadium in Afghanistan’s capital city of Kabul. Everyone was hurried into a bunker.

The explosion occurred during a game between the Band-e-Amir Dragons and the Pamir Zalmi. At the time of the incident, UN representatives were in attendance at the stadium.

The Afghanistan Cricket Board created the Shpageeza Cricket Tournament in 2013, a professional T20 league modelled after the Indian Premier League.

A number of bombings have apparently been carried out in Afghanistan by the Islamic State (IS) organisation, which is opposed to the Taliban government.

The explosion occurred two days after one that went off near the entrance to Kabul’s Gurdwara Karte Parwan. There were no reported fatalities in the incident.

The Gurdwara Karte Parwan in Kabul’s Bagh-e Bala neighbourhood was destroyed by several explosions in June. The tragic terrorist attack on the gurdwara was blamed on the Islamic State. In the explosion, two people died, one of them being a member of the Sikh community.

In one of the bloodiest strikes this year, four blasts that shook Kabul and the northern city of Mazar-i-Sharif in May resulted in 14 fatalities and 32 injuries.

After an explosion swept through a mosque after evening prayers in Kabul, five attendees were killed and 17 others were injured. According to the Xinhua news agency, the explosion took place as worshippers in the Hazrat-e-Zekria Mosque were doing their prayers.

After three simultaneous bombs hit three buses in Mazar-i-Sharif, killing nine people and injuring 15, the Kabul incident occurred roughly an hour later.