Kandahar rocked by suicide blasts
There seems to be no peace in the war ravaged Afghanistan. Afghanistan has seen rising levels of violence in recent months. Two suicide bomb blast have been reported from southern city of Kandhar in Afghanistan. The bombers targeted a senior border police commander, General Abdul Razaaq, who was injured in the attacks.
Kandahar is one of the key battlegrounds of the current rebel insurgency against the Afghan government and troops from Nato and a US-led coalition.
Two explosions have rocked a police station in Afghanistan's southern city of Kandahar, killing at least two policemen, officials say.
They say about 30 people - including civilians - were injured when two suicide bombers detonated their bombs in quick succession inside the station.
US-led and Afghan forces have been battling Taleban insurgents in the region in recent weeks.
In June, at least 350 rebels were freed during a jailbreak from Kandahar jail.
"There were two suicide bombers who blew themselves up inside the police headquarters one after another," Ahmad Wali Karzai, head of Kandahar's provincial council, was quoted as saying by the AFP news agency.