Sunday, June 18, dozens of people were killed and injured in the attack by militants on a police station in the city of Gardez, capital of Paktia province in Eastern Afghanistan, according to Reuters.
In the attack participated not less than five suicide bombers, one of which was blown up in a car bomb near the building of the police party and the other four attacked the gate of the building.
According to media reports, among the killed both police and civilians.
Responsibility for the attack claimed by the Afghan wing of the Taliban.
Recall that in late may in Kabul occurred the bloodiest attack in the Afghan capital since the overthrow of the Taliban in 2001. May 31, near the building of the German Embassy bomb exploded a tanker for transportation of water. The result of this attack, more than 150 people were killed and over 400 were injured.