"The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack."
Kabul, July 22 - At least four people were killed and six injured Tuesday in a suicide bombing on an anti-narcotics police building in Kabul, officials said.
Three foreign advisors to Afghanistan's ministry of counter-narcotics were killed in the attack, the official told Xinhua.
A blast took place around 6.30 a.m. at the entrance of an interior ministry compound near the Kabul airport.
The Taliban has claimed responsibility for the attack.
The bomber was reportedly wearing an Afghan intelligence police uniform, the official added.