In Kabul, police fired on a crowd of demonstrators

One person was killed when police attack demonstrators in Kabul, the TV channel Tolo News, citing the protesters.

“The protesters claim that at least one demonstrator was killed after police opened fire on them during a March,” — said in the message channel on Twitter.

Eight protesters were injured.

According to the channel, police use tear gas and water cannons to disperse the crowd. The protesters claim that the police “deliberately opened fire on them”.

Earlier it was reported that the protesters gathered on Friday in Kabul near the scene of the terrorist attack that killed 100 people.

The protesters are demanding the resignation of the government of Afghan President Ashraf Ghani. Reuters with reference to eyewitnesses reported that the police began to shoot into the air after some demonstrators tried to pass beyond the police cordon.

We will remind, powerful explosion has thundered in Kabul on Wednesday morning near the presidential Palace and buildings of foreign embassies, was killed, according to latest media reports, 100 people, injured 600.

Terrorist group “Islamic state” has claimed responsibility for the blast in the Afghan capital.