There were 15 injuries. One injury was potentially serious.
A car bomb exploded at a busy security checkpoint in Somalia's capital Saturday morning, killing at least 30 people, a government spokesman said.
At least 50 people were wounded after an explosion occurred in the Bagram district of northern Parwan province close to Bagram airbase on Wednesday morning.
No group, including Taliban, has claimed responsibility for this attack.
A blast took place in front of Cairo's Cancer Institute building earlier in August, killing 22 people and injuring 47 others.
Nearby homes were evacuated but there were no reports of casualties.
Compensation worth LE 100,000 will be given to the family of each victim, and each injured suffering a total disability.
A total of 22 people were killed and 47 were injured in the blast
The institute currently works at half capacity as patients are served at clinics, as well as in chemotherapy and radiotherapy units.
UNSC members reaffirmed that "terrorism in all its forms and manifestations constitutes one of the most serious threats to international peace and security."
After the damage caused, a number of Egyptian public figures and entities announced donations for the restoration works.
The number of the National Cancer Institute explosion victims rose by two to become 22 instead of 20.
Twenty died and 47 were injured.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan donated on Monday LE 50 million to fund the restoration works of the National Cancer Institute.
An explosion occurred as a result of a wrong-way crash, according to the Interior Ministry's report.
The Ministry of Health and Population announced that the number of victims in “The National Cancer Institute Explosion” became 20 instead of 19, including four bodies whose identity is still unknown.
Three people were injured on Monday by the explosion of a natural gas pipe in a residential apartment in Alexandria’s Asafra neighborhood.
Death toll from a car bomb explosion that took place in the eastern Afghan province of Ghazni climbed to four.
A wanted militant blew himself up with an explosive belt in the Tunisian capital after a confrontation with police, Asharq al-Awsat reported Wednesday.
At least 13 people have been injured in an explosion in the French city of Lyon, officials said.