The U.S. embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, was attacked during the morning hours of Christmas Day
The embassy confirmed the impact of projectiles
Taliban fired rockets at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan, causing no casualties, diplomatic sources confirmed and insurgency, reported Efe agency on Wednesday.
The embassy said in a statement, said the attack occurred at 06.40 local time (02.10 GMT). The note says that no injuries in the attack.
The U.S. Embassy did not provide details on the type of missiles that hit the embassy and just simply noted that “the attack is being investigated.”
In one of his accounts of the social network Twitter, the Taliban said they had launched “Four missiles” against the U.S. embassy and not knowing if the insurgent action had caused casualties.
The Associated Press said an embassy official, following the rules spoke on condition of anonymity, said “two rounds of indirect fire became white in the complex.”
The term can refer indirect fire mortars or rockets.
The Taliban said they had fired rockets and left a large number of casualties, but insurgents attacking you tend to exaggerate.
The Afghan conflict experiencing one of its bloodiest moments since the U.S. invasion that led to the fall of the Taliban twelve years ago, told Efe.