The would-be attackers planned to carry out the attack Wednesday during the opening ceremony of the Afghan Parliament, which has been on winter vacation, Khaama Press reported. Several high-level Afghan government officials were expected to attend the ceremony.
Law enforcement found 15 BM-16 and BM-21 missiles planted in the Char Asiab area, the officials said.
Officials said none of the would-be attackers has been arrested so far.
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