KABUL, Afghanistan — Rocket and bomb attacks in different parts of Afghanistan killed three people and damaged a government compound, authorities said Tuesday.
Three people were killed from a rocket attack in the northern Afghanistan province of Kunduz, the Interior Ministry said. Four people were also wounded in the attack that occurred Monday.
In another attack Monday, a woman and a five-year-old child were wounded in a bomb explosion in Ghazni City, the Interior Ministry said.
Also, rockets fired from an unknown location hit near a government building in the capital Kabul on Tuesday, but caused no loss of life.
The rocket hit a tree in the housing and development ministry compound, said Interior Ministry spokesman Abdul Rahim Zarin.
"Some of the glasses of windows were broken from the shrapnel," he said.