Afghanistan: Kabul troops sanatorium strike by attackers

Media captionDoctor Abdul Qadir pronounced he was shot during in an handling theatre.

Attackers have stormed a largest troops sanatorium in Kabul and a gun conflict is underneath way, a Afghan counterclaim method says.

One alloy pronounced he saw a gunman wearing a medic’s cloak lift out a secluded conflict purloin and open fire.

One chairman has been killed along with one of a enemy and all patients have been evacuated, officials say.

The supposed Islamic State (IS) organisation has claimed a conflict around a Amaq news agency.

President Ashraf Ghani pronounced a conflict during a 400-bed Sardar Daud sanatorium “trampled all tellurian values”.

“In all religions, a sanatorium is regarded as an counterclaim site and aggressive it is aggressive a whole of Afghanistan,” he said.

The conflict began during 09:00 internal time (04:30 GMT) when one belligerent detonated his explosives during a southern embankment of a sanatorium – that is nearby a US embassy – and 3 other enemy entered a compound.

They entered a second and third floors of a sanatorium carrying tiny arms and palm grenades and began shooting.

“I saw a self-murder assailant wearing a white cloak open glow on me, we jumped from a stairs, afterwards he non-stop glow on one of my colleagues,” pronounced Abdul Qadir, a alloy who managed to escape.

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Several explosions have been listened in a Sardar Daud hospital

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Police have hermetic off a area

Another sanatorium staff member wrote on Facebook: “Attackers are inside a hospital. Pray for us.”

Afghan commandos descended into a sanatorium devalue from helicopters while confidence army hermetic off a streets outside.

One of a enemy has been killed and a others were stealing underneath stairs and in bathrooms, a counterclaim orator said.

At slightest 29 people have been injured, Tolo TV quoted a health method as saying.

Afghanistan’s de-facto emissary personality Abdullah Abdullah also cursed a conflict on Twitter and vowed to “avenge a blood of a people”.

Sixteen people were killed in twin Taliban self-murder attacks on Kabul a week ago.

They were a latest in a fibre of attacks to plea a Afghan authorities after a resurgent belligerent organisation started a open descent early.