Rockets fire at US air base in Afghanistan

Four rockets hit the Bagram Airfield, a significant US airbase in Afghanistan, early Saturday morning, but so far, officials have not given details on possible casualties in the incident. 

The rockets were fired at Bagram Airfield from the Qalandarkhil area in Parwan province, said Wahida Shahkar, spokesperson for Parwan governor.

Bagram district governor, Abdul Shakoor Qudosi, said that the incident happened around 6:30 am on Saturday.

He said that 10 BM-12 rockets were placed on a small truck in the Qalandarkhil area. He added that four of the missiles were fired, and police foiled six others.

They have no details about possible damage inflicted to the base by the rocket attack. (report)