By Shadi Khan Saif
KABUL, Afghanistan (AA) - At least four people were killed and 90 more wounded as a massive truck bombing jolted the Afghan capital on Monday, an official confirmed.
Interior Ministry spokesman Najib Danish told Anadolu Agency security forces have reached the site where the attack took place.
Confirming the death toll, he said the Green Village, a compound housing a number of international aid agencies and foreigners, was the target.
There has been no immediate claim of responsibility.
According to local Azadi Radio, three security forces and a civilian were killed and 90 others injured.
President Ashraf Ghani condemned the attack calling it inhuman and anti-Islam.
In November last year, a private security firm, G4S, working for the British troops was targeted in the same area killing 10 people.