At Least One Dead In Rocket Attack On Kabul
WATCH: Afghan police said the rocket attack on November 13 struck near a private television station and close to an office area used by the Afghan intelligence service. (Reuters video)
Afghan police say at least three rockets have been fired into Kabul, killing at least one man and wounding three others.
Police said the rockets landed in the Afghan capital early on November 13, near a private television station and close to an office area used by the Afghan intelligence service.
It was the first attack in Kabul since September, when a suicide car bomber targeted foreign workers, killing at least eight South Africans and four Afghan civilians.
The latest rocket attacks were a reminder of Afghanistan's security challenges as most NATO combat troops prepare to withdraw at the end of 2014.
Based on reporting by AP, Reuters, and dpa