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Kabul, August 6 (Reuters)- A bomb exploded on Saturday in A shopping street in the Afghan capital, Kabul and at least 22 people were injured, said Hospital witnesses and officials.

The explosion had in a western district of Kabul, very frequented by the Shiite community.

A spokesperson for the Taliban Ministry of the Interior said that a team of investigators was on site to help the injured and assess the damage.

The attack, which occurs two days before the commemorations of the Achoura by the Shiite community, was not claimed.

Friday, an attack, claimed by the Islamic State group, left at least eight dead and eighteen injured in Kabul. (Mohammad Yunus Yawar report, French version Matthieu Protard)

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