Four rockets hit a US military base in Bagram in Afghanistan during the early hours of Saturday, official said.
Spokesperson for Parwan Governor, Wahida Shahkar said in a statement that the rockets were fired at Bagram Airfield from Qalandarkhil area in Parwan province, Afghan Tolo News reported.
Bagram district governor Abdul Shakoor Qudosi said that the incident happened at around 6:30am on Saturday morning.
He said that 10 BM-12 rockets were placed on a small truck in Qalandarkhil area. He added that four of the rockets were fired and six others were foiled by police. Authorities have not reported casualties or damage caused during the incident. (QNA)
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